Regina police authorities dismantle forger couple

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Regina (July 19, 2019) – the Regina police apprehended 26-year-old Logan Lee Cardinal, and 22-year-old Kassa Lee McManus-Bohach for a total of 73 charges, mostly identity theft, and fraud.

The accused couple allegedly gathered information about its victims and forged documents such as bank statements, pay stubs, and drivers’ licenses, and status cards using up to 96 different identities and allegedly used them to apply for loans, credit cards, and bank accounts. Cardinal and McManus-Bohach allegedly conducted their criminal behavior between July 2, 2018, and June 14, 2019. The Regina Police Service Commercial Crime Unit dismantled two counterfeiting workshops of the couple during searches on May 9, 2019, and July 3, 2019, where they seized approximately 3000 documents, computer, and printing equipment as well as items fraudulently purchased using other people’s identities.

Cardinal is facing 43 charges and McManus-Bohach is facing 30 charges – 22 of them in conjunction with Cardinal, police said.