Court: Man Given Probation On Cheque Charge

April 8, 2015

Appearing in Magistrates Court this morning [Apr 8], a 25-year-old man received two years probation after he pleaded guilty to dishonestly obtaining $178 by cashing a cheque made out to another person.

Malik Cann was sentenced to two years probation after he plead guilty to dishonestly obtaining $178 from Capital G Bank on 19th October 2013 by cashing a cheque made out to another person.

Cann had also pleaded not guilty to stealing cheques and to forging another cheque, and the Crown offered no evidence on those charges.

Magistrate Archie Warner noted that Cann was still on probation following a prior conviction.

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