Peterborough Huskies taking fraud case to trial

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The founders of the Peterborough Huskies, who have been charged with stealing money from the team, will be tried by a judge.

The couple, Catherine and Dave Tusk, will have their trial in January, 2018. They’ve each been charged with one count of fraud over $5,000 following an investigation into the misuse of funds from the non-profit organization. The Peterborough Huskies was a special needs hockey team.

The co-accused allegedly obtained and used funds donated to the Huskies for personal use.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.