The Regina Police Service has charged a twenty year-old male with seventeen counts of theft after investigation into series of incidents involving items sold online where items were taken without payment.
In August of 2017, a twenty year-old male made multiple agreements on an online “garage sale” website where it’s alleged he offered to pay for listed items if they would be left out for pickup. Agreements were made for items to be left accessible for pick up overnight, and the male was to leave cash for payment. When the sellers went to retrieve the money in the morning, the items were gone, but no payment was left. When questioned by the seller over website correspondence, the suspect would no longer respond. Investigation into these instances led to identification of a 20 year-old male, who was arrested.
Twenty year-old Justice TAYLOR, of Lethbridge, Alberta, is charged with seventeen counts of theft under $5000 [CC 334(B)].
TAYLOR makes his first appearance in Provincial Court on these charges tomorrow, August 21, 2018, at 9:30 AM.