Alberta man and women charged with New Brunswick credit card fraud

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A man and woman from Alberta have been charged and brought into custody in connection with a case of credit card fraud beginning in New Brunswick.

In a statement provided by Sgt. Jim MacPherson of Sussex police, another man from New Brunswick was arrested in connection with the same fraud related charges, after several complaints filed from Saint-John, Grand Bay-Westfield, Oromocto and Sussex areas.

The 39-year-old man and 29-year-old man from Edmonton were both charged with fraud and obstructing a police officer and appeared in Saint John provincial court Wednesday morning.

The man was also charged with possession of stolen property, possession of marijuana and fleeing from police.

Both are scheduled to appear again in court on Oct. 2.

Read more at the CBC 

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.