A forty-eight year-old woman faces charges in a case that alleges the accused defrauded a family member of over $200,000.00 in Power of Attorney Fraud.
On March 14, 2013 the Regina Police Service received a report of missing finances and care expenses not being met. It is alleged that the victim’s daughter, who held power of attorney over her mother, appropriated funds intended for her mother’s care. Further investigation into this complaint led to the discovery of losses exceeding $200,000.00 which led to the arrest of a forty-eight year old Regina woman on January 9th 2014.
A forty-eight year-old Regina female, whose name will not be released due to her relationship to the victim, is charged with Theft Over $5,000 [334(a) CC] and Fraud Over $5,000 [380(1)(a) CC] and is scheduled to make her first court appearance on February 18th, 2014 at 9:30 am.