Guy Tardif of Saint-Léonard charged with fraud

A Saint-Léonard man faces three charges after a lengthy commercial crime investigation into allegations that the individual was defrauding and stealing from his employer.

On Tuesday May 1, 2012, in Grand Falls Provincial Court, Guy Tardif of Saint-Léonard, N.B., was charged with one count of fraud over $5000.00, one count of theft over $5000.00, and one count of forgery.

The charges are the result of a six month investigation by the RCMP New Brunswick  Commercial Crime Section and the Grand Falls Police Force.  It is alleged that Tardif was defrauding and stealing from his employer over a three- year period between August 2008 and August 2011.

“Reducing the impact of commercial crime and maintaining economic integrity are priorities for the RCMP. ”  states Cpl. Serge Nadeau, a commercial crime investigator.  “Our investigators have the skills and expertise needed to piece together the evidence in financial investigations which are often very complex.”

Tardif is scheduled to appear in Grand Falls Provincial court on May 8, 2012 at 9:30 a.m. to  enter a plea.

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