Oakville man accused of impersonating Toronto police officer in fraud scheme

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Police allege a man from Oakville, Ont. pretended to be a Toronto police officer and told someone he could get them a job with the force in exchange for cash.

Halton Regional Police say the accused met the alleged victim because they were both involved with a religious group.

After money was exchanged, police say the accused made excuses about why the alleged victim hadn’t received a job offer.

The man was charged with fraud over $5,000 and impersonating a peace officer. He’s scheduled to appear in court next month.

Read more at Global News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.