Dartmouth (February 20, 2020) – The serial rent fraudster Nadav Joseph Even-Har has been sentenced to 2 years in prison in a Dartmouth court on February 14. The Halifax RCMP arrested Even-Har on December 18 for a series of frauds conducted in the greater Halifax area including scamming landlords, hotels, and car rentals. He pleaded guilty to six counts of Fraud, two counts of Uttering Forged Documents, and two counts of Theft Under $5,000. Alongside the prison sentence, the court ordered him to pay $28,000 in restitution.
The serial rent fraudster Joseph Even-Har has been sentenced to 2 years in prison for fraud, theft, and forgery during a series of frauds in the greater Halifax area.
The Nova Scotia serial rent fraudster
Halifax RCMP arrested the Nova Scotia serial rent fraudster in a stolen rental car in Dartmouth on December 18 of last year. The police received a report about Even-Har, who refused to pay for a hotel stay. During the investigation, they discovered outstanding warrants from Antigonish Country in Even-Har’s name. Over the past three years, he conducted a series of frauds in the greater Halifax area.
He defrauded two Nova Scotian landlords. Media reports described him as a ‘nightmare tenant’ and ‘serial rent dodger’. Moreover, in the last years, he left behind thousands of dollars in unsettled hotel bills and car rental fees.
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2-year-prison sentence for ‘rent dodger’
Even-Har pleaded guilty to six counts of Fraud, two counts of Uttering Forged Documents, and two counts of Theft Under $5,000. Nova Scotia court records show that he already has been convicted multiple times for forgery and theft.
On February 14, the Dartmouth Provincial Court sentenced him to two years in prison and ordered him to pay $28,000 in restitution.