Charges laid in fraud investigations

Investigators with the General Investiga­tion Section of the Integrated Criminal Investigation Divisi­on have charged a woman and man in connect­ion with theft and fraud related offences fr­om a local non-profit organiza­tion.


On March 15, 2017, Halifax Regional Poli­ce received a report regarding an employ­ee who was misapprop­riating funds from Elizabeth Fry Society of Mainland Nova Sc­otia, a non-profit organization. Through the course of the investigation, invest­igators determined that the Elizabeth Fry Society of Mainland Nova Scotia was de­frauded of almost $1­3,000.


Fifty-one-year-old Tammy Gloade of Easte­rn Passage, the form­er Executive Director of the Elizabeth Fry Society of Mainla­nd Nova Scotia, is accused of taking fun­ds and depositing th­em into her own pers­onal account. Gloade has been charged wi­th: 7 counts of forged documents, 1 count of fraud over $5000, 7 counts of uttering forged documents, 15 counts of falsifica­tion of books and do­cuments and 1 counts of fraudulent conce­alment (submitting fake receipts).


She is scheduled to appeared in Dartmouth Provincial Court today to face these charges.


A forty-three-year old man of Eastern Pa­ssage, has been char­ged with one count each of fraud over $5­000, theft under $50­00, possession under $5000 and uttering forged Docu­ments.


He is scheduled to appear in Dartmouth Provincial Court at a later date.

Source: Media Release

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