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Over 100 stolen Saskatchewan driver’s licenses, health cards recovered by RCMP

The IIU is investigating allegations of a sexual assault on a minor by an off-duty RCMP officer.
The IIU is investigating allegations of a sexual assault on a minor by an off-duty RCMP officer. File / Global News

A Saskatchewan woman has been arrested after the RCMP seized over 100 personal identification cards and other stolen items.

On Sunday, the RCMP had searched a Blaine Lake, Sask., residence in relation to a fraud investigation.

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Officials say the search resulted in the seizure of:

  • 144 personal identification cards, with the majority of them being Saskatchewan driver’s licenses and health cards
  • 200 stolen cheques
  • stolen tools
  • a small amount of what is believed to be meth

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Latecia Juba-Arcand, 27, of Blaine Lake has been charged with numerous fraud-related offences including identity theft and allegedly being in the possession of a stolen property obtained by crime.

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She made her first court appearance Tuesday in Saskatoon Provincial Court.

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