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.