Blaine Lake woman pleads guilty to fraud charges

A Blaine Lake woman pleaded guilty in Saskatoon Provincial Court to fraud charges.

Laticia Juba-Arcand, 27, was arrested in November and charged with identity theft, assault causing bodily harm, fraud, forgery, possession of stolen property obtained by crime and possession of a controlled substance.

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She pleaded guilty in July to fraud, possession of false identification, possession of stolen property and possession of methamphetamine. The remainder of the charges against her were dropped.

Blaine Lake RCMP raided her home in November 2019 and seized 144 personal identification cards with the majority of them being driver’s licenses and health cards. At her home police also found 200 stolen cheques, stolen tools and a small amount of meth.

Juba-Arcand was sentenced to time served and released.

 

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