Man sentenced for credit card fraud
REGINA (SNN) — A 47-year-old man will be spending the next 12 months in jail following his conviction for possessing a device used for forging or falsifying credit cards.
The RCMP says Edward Joseph Moore was sentenced in Swift Current court earlier this week.
The offence dates back to February 2002, when police conducted a search on a farm east of Gull Lake, locating a counterfeit credit card operation.
The RCMP said about 4,000 blank and partially forged credit and identification cards were seized from the residence.
In addition to the cards, RCMP located more than 200 marijuana plants, growing equipment, cash and a stolen van from B.C.