Police charged 18-year-old woman with bank fraud in Halifax

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On December 11, police have charged an 18-year -old woman from Quebec with fraud in relation to an incident in Halifax.

Police responded to the TD Canada Trust Bank in Bedford for a report of a woman attempting to open a bank account using fraudulent information.

Luckily, West Division officers arrested the woman at the scene. The woman continued to provide false information regarding her identity while in custody.

The fraudster is scheduled to appear in Halifax Provincial Court to face charges of:

  • Fraud under $5,000
  • Obstruction of a peace officer

This article was originally sourced by www.halifax.ca.