A Toronto woman has been charged with fraud following Toronto Police?s investigation into what they say is a $1.9 million fraud scheme.
Gwendolyne Martinez Rodriguez, 30, was arrested Monday morning.
A provincial judge has stayed the charges against three men accused in a fraud and conspiracy case that shook public confidence in the TTC, after handing down a ruling that slammed the ?frustratingly glacial? pace of the prosecution and determined that lengthy delays in the case had violated the trio?s charter right to a speedy trial.
Police in Barrie, Ont., say a 31-year-old Toronto man, accused of orchestrating an elaborate ruse to dupe people into believing he was a lawyer, is facing charges. Investigators allege that over the course of several years the accused created a public image of being an aspiring law student, working towards the goal of becoming a lawyer.
A Toronto man has been charged with fraud after allegedly selling fake tickets to the Tragically Hip concert in August.
The tickets are a hot item given that the upcoming tour is expected to be the Tragically Hip?s last after the band?s frontman, Gord Downie, was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.