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'Con artist' stole from employerby Lisa Brown
COUNTY - A Mill Village man sentenced a year ago as what the Crown called "a con artist" has now been convicted of stealing from his employer.
Thirty-five-year-old Jeffrey Wayne Fraser was found guilty of charges of theft and breaching probation following a June 17 trial in Bridgewater provincial court.
The theft alleges that he stole from Online Courier while working in Bridgewater between November 6 and 19. He was on probation at the time, stemming from his June 2007 sentencing on 19 charges.
Those included multiple counts of false pretenses, fraud, and break and enter between November 2005 and July 2006. Many of the crimes related to several businesses which Mr. Fraser operated, when he would help himself to cheques and cash while cleaning offices.
At his June 27 sentencing last year, Mr. Fraser told the judge he was working for a courier company but had to sign for everything and turn over cash he received on a daily basis.
He'll be sentenced on the newest crimes on August 20.
posted on 06/24/08
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