Four Alberta residents facing 105 charges after Regina arrests

Four Alberta residents are facing over 100 charges, including fraud, after they were arrested in Regina last week.

Regina police arrested the group — three men and one woman — on Dec. 18.

The first of the four was caught allegedly attempting to use fake identification to withdraw money from a customer’s bank account. Police were then led to a hotel in the North Central area where the three other suspects were arrested.

Nineteen-year-old Chanelle Vandal-Lauman, 23-year-old Marc Joseph Mills, 30-year-old Cole Neal Symons, and 35-year-old Brad Waselenchuk are all charged with numerous counts of identity fraud as well as possession of a stolen credit card, possession of a prohibited weapon and identity theft — among numerous other charges.

A total of 105 offences were laid.

The group appeared in court Dec. 19.

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