A former Regina resident, a 57 year-old male, is charged with Fraud Over $5,000 in a case that alleges the accused defrauded his former employer by improper use of a corporate purchasing card.
The case involved a lengthy investigation which began when the Regina Police Service received the allegation of fraud and supporting documentation on June 30, 2010. Investigation into this matter included an audit, as it pertained to the allegation, of the corporation’s assets and records. The allegation is that the male, who was an employee at the time, used the employer’s purchasing card and made purchases of goods and services that were for his personal benefit and use.
Fifty-seven year-old David Stephen STECYK, DOB: 1955-06-09, of Grande Prairie, Alberta, is facing a charge of Fraud over $5,000, contrary to section 380(1)(a) of the Criminal Code of Canada. STECYK was arrested without incident in Regina on February 25, 2013 and released with a court date of April 15, 2013 in Provincial Court.