Bookkeeper, Cousin Jailed for Defrauding Aboriginal Groups of Nearly $1 Million – Vancouver Sun

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Bookkeeper, cousin jailed for defrauding aboriginal groups of nearly $1 million

BY NEAL HALL, VANCOUVER SUN JANUARY 19, 2012

Two men who defrauded two aboriginal organizations of almost $1 million were sent to jail Wednesday.

B.C. Supreme Court Associate Chief Justice Austin Cullen sentenced Craig Morrison to two years in jail and handed an 18-month jail sentence to his accomplice, Dennis Wells.

The men pleaded guilty last year to two counts of fraud over $5,000 after being caught siphoning off money from the Aboriginal Council of B.C. and the B.C. Aboriginal Fisheries Commission. The organizations were located in an office at Park Royal in West Vancouver.

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