Suspended mortgage broker Dennis Khanna charged with fraud

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Hamilton police have laid 19 criminal fraud-related charges against suspended mortgage broker Dinesh (Dennis) Khanna, in connection with cases where complainants say he bilked clients out of their money and homes. Khanna, 61, of Oakville is charged with 11 counts of fraud over $5,000, three counts of giving a false statement, two counts of false documents and three counts of forging documents. 

Arrested Wednesday morning, Khanna appeared in court Wednesday afternoon wearing a red jacket, a light-coloured collared shirt and khaki pants. Khanna was released on bail and is scheduled to appear next in court on October 25.

Read the full article at CBC News.