Pizza swindler goes door-knocking with young boy in South Stormont

Posing as school fundraiser 

SOUTH STORMONT — Presenting themselves as part of a local school fundraiser, a male and young boy went door to door selling “Little Caesar’s” pizza kits in Ingleside last week.

There was only one problem: The school initiative was over; orders for the cheesy product were collected in October and distributed in late November.

The SD&G OPP responded late on the afternoon of Dec. 5 to the reported “fraudulent act.”

Buyers were duped through the use of the school’s own sales form from the expired campaign.

The detachment says it wants to hear from any more victims of the scam; contact Const. Jamie Maxwell at 613-534-2223.

And anyone with any information on the crime is asked to call the SD&G OPP at 1-888-310-1122. Those desiring anonymity may call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Released after North Glengarry probation breach

NORTH GLENGARRY — SD&G OPP officers observed a female in contravention of her previous release conditions in this township on Dec. 5.

The detachment reports that Rebecca Lacombe, 41, was arrested shortly after 5:30 p.m.

She’s charged with four counts of failing to comply with conditions of a probation order.

Lacombe was released to appear Jan. 9 in Alexandria court.

 

 

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