Toronto police arrested a man on suspicion of mobile fraud.
In a media release,Toronto Policeattended a call for a fraud-related dispute with a moving company in the areas of Cosburn Avenue and Papa Avenue on June 30. Said.
Police said a man hired a company online to help him move. He was told that the service would cost between $ 600 and $ 800.
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However, police said the final charge would actually be $ 3,200 when the man's belongings were fully loaded onto the truck. According to police, the supervisor refused to drop the man's belongings until he paid the bill.
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Thursday, police say Dashen Smith Arrested a 42-year-old man from Toronto. He faces several crimes, including fraud for less than $ 5,000 and possession of property gained by crimes of less than $ 5,000.
He appeared in court on Friday.
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