Prosecutors seek maximum for Calgary con man

2022-08-18 4:51:00 AM

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Prosecutors are seeking a maximum sentence for a Calgary senior who conned investors out of millions. Mark Villani reports.

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Crown seeks 10 to 12 years for Calgary man convicted in Ponzi schemeA Calgary man who helped run a Ponzi scheme that stole more than $27 million from multiple investors between 2014 and 2015 is expected to learn his sentence later this week.

Crown calling for sentence of up to 12 years for man in multi-million dollar fraudCALGARY — The Crown is asking that a Calgary man who bilked clients out of millions of dollars in a Ponzi scheme be sentenced between 10 and 12 years in prison.

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Crown seeks up to 12 years for Calgary man involved in multimillion-dollar fraud - Calgary | Globalnews.caThe Crown asked for a sentence of 10 to 12 years Wednesday for a Calgary man who bilked clients out of millions of dollars in a Ponzi scheme. yyc

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CTV News Calgary | Local News Video - Top Headlines CTV Calgary.Arnold Breitkreutz was with fraud over $5,000 and theft over $5,000 in connection with the activities of a company called Base Finance Ltd.Back to video Arnold Breitkreutz was convicted June 29 of fraud what the Crown described as a multi-million-dollar scheme in which investors believed they were putting money into safe first mortgages.The city says the reimagining of the section of Eighth Street S.

.. A criminal investigation determined that Breitkreutz, along with his partner Susan Way, raised more than $27 million from hundreds of Albertans, disguising it as mortgage lending but instead used the money to pay off other investors. a part of the CTV News Video Network CTV News Calgary | Local News Video - Top Headlines Clip link: . The Crown is also asking that Breitkreutz pay back $3.