Montreal man charged with identity theft and fraud

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Quinte West OPP have charged a person with identity theft and fraud.

Police responded to a business on Old Highway 2 in Quinte West on August 24 on reports of a suspicious person purchasing two “vessels.”

An investigation was initiated. When the person attended the store to pick up the merchandise, an arrest was made.

Forty-year-old Cedric Kalasa of Montreal was charged with the following:

  • Fraud over $5000.
  • Personation with intent
  • Use forged document
  • Possession of an identity document
  • Identity theft – obtain or possess another person’s identity information
  • Obstruct peace officer

The accused was held in custody pending a bail hearing at the Ontario Court of Justice in Belleville.

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