Minden man arrested on outstanding fraud warrants

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A Minden, Ont. man was arrested on outstanding warrants for a fraud that was committed in January 2017.

Joseph Jason Allen, 32, was charged with three counts of using a fraudulent credit card and three counts of fraud under $5,000.

Police were called to a downtown Lindsay, Ont. electronics store after Allen had purchased a $4,000 fridge and other merchandise using a fraudulent credit card. Police later discovered the man had also used the fraudulent credit card to rent a U-Haul trailer, which he used to transport the fridge.

Police discovered Allen was also responsible for similar occurrences in the Toronto and York Region areas.

Read more at Kawartha Lakes Police

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.