Wahnapitae woman charged in $1-million fraud intends to plead

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Feb. 26, 2021 – A Wahnapitae woman charged along with her spouse after a local company was allegedly embezzled out of than $1 million intends to enter guilty pleas soon. She is facing charges that include fraud over $5,000, laundering proceeds of crime, and uttering forged documents.

Ontario’s Serious Fraud Office charged Karen Cady, 48, last spring following a six-month investigation. Cady appeared in the Ontario Court of Justice in Greater Sudbury on Wednesday via Zoom link from the officer of her lawyer, Denis Michel. Michel said his client is set to enter guilty pleas, but more time is needed for several reasons, including the scheduling of a lengthy sentencing hearing. The Sudbury Star reports. | READ MORE