The case of a former Kensington area Presbyterian minister accused of fraud-related crimes in Ontario will next appear in court on Feb. 16.
The case of Harold Alan Stewart, 67, and his co-accused was last in court on Jan. 12.
Stewart was charged in November 2016, following an investigation Ontario police named Project Banshee.
Police allege that Stewart and his co-accused befriended the victim, eventually gained access to her credit card and took out a mortgage against her property.
The victim’s losses were about $160,000.
The charges against him include one count of fraud under $5,000, two counts of fraudulent use of a credit card, four counts of fraud over $5,000, two counts of uttering a forged document, one count of laundering the proceeds of crime and one count of theft by power of attorney.
Read the full story over at The Guardian.