Trois personnes ont été arrêtées et inculpées après avoir tenté d'acheter frauduleusement un véhicule chez un concessionnaire de Rockland.
Trois personnes ont été arrêtées et inculpées après avoir tenté d'acheter frauduleusement un véhicule chez un concessionnaire de Rockland.

Attempted vehicle fraud in Rockland

Christopher Smith
Christopher Smith
EAP
Three people were arrested and charged after attempting to fraudulently purchase a vehicle from a Rockland dealership.

The OPP responded to a call October 22, just after 2:15 p.m., from a vehicle dealership on Laurier Street in Rockland. The dealership called in to report a case of possible fraud, and during the investigation, officers learned that the suspects were to return the next day to complete the purchase. 

As a result, three individuals from Montreal were arrested. Two of them, ages 46 and 34, were charged with fraud over $5000 and conspiracy to commit an indictable offence. The third, age 60, was charged with fraud over $5000 and two counts of failure to comply with a release order. 

The accused were held for bail and are scheduled to appear in court in L’Orignal at a later date.