Kingston man charged with fraud after trying to cash “suspicious check.”

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A Kingston man has been charged with numerous offences, including fraud after city police were called to a financial institution Tuesday morning.

City police report officers were called regarding a man attempting to cash a “suspicious cheque.”

The investigation revealed the item was stolen from a business in northern Ontario and was written out in excess of $5,000. Police learned the man had outstanding arrest warrants from earlier offences related to fraud and failing to attend court.

As a result, 63-year old Glen Gale Albert Green was arrested and taken into custody. Green faces two charges of fraud over $5,000, failing to attend court, possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000 and uttering a forged document.

Green was released on a promise-to-appear in Belleville court next month.

Read the original story over at the Intelligencer. 

This story was summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.

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