Reno company owners facing charges for $1.9 million fraud

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Police say the co-owners of a Toronto renovation company are facing numerous fraud charges related to the business they ran. Jonathan Rowe, 52, is facing a total of 17 charges including 13 counts of fraud over $5,000. The 44-year-old Tracey Graves is charged with defrauding the public over $5,000, possession of proceeds of crime and laundering proceeds of crime. The police say the business at the centre of the allegations operated under the name Jett Group. They estimate the value of the fraud at around $1.9 million.

By: The Canadian Press
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