Incarnet car dealership owner pleads guilty to identity fraud

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The owner of Incarnet, a Milton, Ont. used car dealership, has plead guilty to several identity fraud charges after registering cars to people who did not own them.

Police began investigating the dealership after a man allegedly received notices for traffic violations and parking offences for a car he did not own.

Halton Regional Police arrested Incarnet owner Jan Kowalczyk and his son.

Both men were jointly charged on 12 counts including multiple instances of identity fraud, but Kowalczyk reached a plea agreement that saw charges against his son dropped.

Kowalczyk pleaded guilty to five counts of identity fraud and one count of uttering a forged document last week.

Read more at Global News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.