A Blaine Lake woman who was released on bail in March is back in jail.
Laticia Juba-Arcand, 27, was scheduled to enter a plea in Saskatoon Provincial Court on July 2. Instead, she was remanded in custody.
Juba-Arcand was arrested in November 2019 and charged with identity theft, assault causing bodily harm, fraud, forgery, possession of stolen property obtained by crime and possession of a controlled substance.
According to Blaine Lake RCMP, they executed a search warrant at her home in 2019 and seized 144 personal identification cards. Most of the pieces of ID were driver’s licenses and health cards. Police also found 200 stolen cheques, stolen tools and a small amount of crystal meth.
Juba-Arcand had an appearance scheduled in Saskatoon Provincial Court July 6 via CCTV to enter a plea. The matter was adjourned to July 8.