Owner of St. John’s school bus inspection company facing criminal charges

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The owner of a St. John’s school bus inspection station is facing criminal charges after allegedly conducting fraudulent inspections on dozens of buses. The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary has charged Roche’s Automotive Services owner Peter Roche with 44 counts of fraud and a single charge of obstruction. 

Roche’s Automotive Services owner

The inspection station on Brookfield Road was also issued 44 tickets, as was Roche, under the Highway Traffic Act. Police said the owner of the school buses is not believed to have been involved in the alleged fraud. 

Read more at CBC News.

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.