Arrest Warrant for a parking scam suspect (Ottawa) – The Ottawa Police Service Organized Fraud Unit has issued an arrest warrant for Daniel MacKAY, 32 of Ottawa, for Fraud Under $5000 and Breaching his Recognizance. Between December 2017 and January 2018, MacKAY was placing advertisements on-line, renting parking spots in the downtown core and accepting […]
Allegations of Rental Fraud, Telecom Fraud, ID Theft, Cable Box Scams, Crime via Alias, among claims!
Cornwall Ontario – In what seems to be a cross country spree of alleged scams and frauds; involving landlords, telecom companies, digital tv boxes, and even stiffing a poor home cleaner, David Rosenstein, AKA David Rose, AKA Daniel Rosse, and who knows how many other aliases has appeared to leave a stream of victims. Ironically, […]
Ottawa Police warns about a false Uber driver scam (Ottawa)—The Ottawa Police Service has received reports about a male suspect posing as an Uber driver in the downtown core, particularly in the ByWard Market area. In this scam, the suspect typically waits in his vehicle, late at night, and looks for people coming out […]
OPP WOULD LIKE TO WARN BUSINESSES OF A HEAVY EQUIPMENT SALES SCAM (OTTAWA, ON) – The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Anti-Rackets Branch, Economical Crime and Corruption, Ottawa Unit, received a complaint from a business owner of an Ontario / Quebec company that buys and sells heavy equipment within Canada and the United States. The complainant received […]
POLICE LAY 13 HEALTH FRAUD-RELATED CHARGES Seven Assistive Devices Authorizers to Appear in Court (ORILLIA, ON) – Members with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Anti-Rackets Branch Health Fraud Investigation Unit have charged seven people in connection with a lengthy investigation involving owners of mobility aid businesses and their employees. Since March 2014, the Health Fraud […]
Paving Scam (Ottawa) — The Ottawa Police Organized Fraud Unit is warning the public about a new scam that has emerged in Ottawa. The Ottawa Police has received complaints from people who have “hired” paving contractors who come to the door, with promises of an inexpensive paving job for their lane. No paperwork […]
CFN – The Ottawa Police Service investigated a “Grandparent scam” scheme in progress and arrested an Ottawa man on Saturday, January 17, 2015 in the 1700 block of Riverside Drive. A male suspect called the victim, an 86 year old man, last week identifying himself as his grandson, saying he was in need of money […]