Feb. 15, 2019 (Courtesy of the Canadian Press) – Niagara regional police have charged a women with fraud, alleging the sum she acquired is over $153,000.
Police say they began their investigation in July 2018 after they were contacted by the Niagara Region office of the Ontario Disability Support Program.
A Niagara Falls, Ont., woman was arrested and charged on Tuesday, following what police say was an extensive investigation.
She’s charged with fraud over $5,000 and laundering the proceeds of crime.
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