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A Stirling, Alta. man facing charges in a money-laundering scheme has had his case adjourned yet again.
The case against 36-year-old Stephen James Evanson was pushed back to July 10 after a series of delays.
Evanson, who was previously released on a recognizance, is charged with fraud over $5,000 and money laundering. Police said that in October 2016 they responded to a report of possible fraud at Schwartz Reliance Insurance after an employee noted discrepancies in some of the accounts.
An investigation determined that between January 2008 and September 2016 fake accounts were created and existing accounts altered to generate higher commissions, which resulted in the business being defrauded of just over $541,300.
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