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Wanted man turns off GPS monitor and skips court date

A male who was arrested by Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS) at Pearson International Airport last August for numerous fraud related charges, is being sought after his GPS monitor went offline following his release from a Saskatchewan court.

On Tuesday, April 9, the accused was transferred from an Ontario Correctional Centre to a Saskatchewan Correctional Centre to face additional fraud charges, said a police report.

On Friday, April 12, the accused was granted bail from a Saskatchewan Correctional Centre, with conditions to abide by a GPS monitoring program and return to Durham Region to attend court. The accused failed to attend his court date on May 6, and his GPS monitor has since gone offline, police said.

The man, age 34 from the USA is wanted and his details and an image can be viewed at

Anyone with information about the accused or this incident is asked to contact D/Cst. Kane of the Financial Crimes Unit at 1-888-579-1520 ext. 5371.

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