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It has been more than seven weeks since arrests have been made in the Next Level fraud investigation and more than a month since police have been able to provide an update to the community.

In March, Kingston Police reported they had been investigating Next Level Investments or Next Level Capital group since mid-February. On March 14, they executed a search warrant at the company’s location at 1309 Princess St. and arrested four people. While two were released, Chris Uitvlugt, who identifies on Facebook as Next Level’s CEO, and Kenneth McGuire remain in custody. They’ve appeared in bail court multiple times, but continue to be remanded into custody at Quinte Detention Centre.

Both Uitvlugt and McGuire have each been charged by police with fraud over $5,000, possession of property obtained by crime and conspiracy.

Read more at The Whig

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.