Wednesday , 28 July 2021

Bonnyville Woman Facing 56 Charges after String of Frauds

Cold Lake, Alberta – After a lengthy investigation, Cold Lake RCMP caught up to Ashley Nicole Jorgenson, a 32 year-old female from Bonnyville. Ashley Jorgenson has been involved in a string of frauds throughout central and northeastern Alberta. Many victims of these crimes have been local businesses that were targeted using stolen credit cards and credit card numbers. Police are asking anyone with information about any unreported crimes that they believe Ashley Jorgenson may have been involved in to report it to their nearest RCMP Detachment or Municipal Police. Ashley Jorgenson can be identified through the attached photo, as well as the sleeve tattoo of butterflies on her left arm.

Ashley Jorgenson currently faces a total of 56 charges relating to fraud, theft, possession of property obtained by crime, using stolen credit cards, using a forged document, obtaining food and lodging by fraud, fraudulently personating another person, failing to comply with a probation order as well as a recognizance, and being unlawfully at large. Ashley Jorgenson has been remanded into custody and is scheduled to appear in Bonnyville Provincial Court on September 22nd, 2015. Ashley Jorgenson will also be appearing in Cold Lake Provincial Court on September 23rd, 2015, and in St. Paul and Fort Saskatchewan Provincial Courts later next week.

*Press Release from Cold Lake RCMP

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