Case involving alleged fraud against Viterra heading to trial

By Angela Brown
February 16, 2018 - 5:00pm

The case involving a North Battleford man accused of defrauding Viterra has been set for a trial in Court of Queen's Bench in Battleford, with a date still to be determined.

David Glassford who is facing a charge of fraud over $5,000 appeared in North Battleford provincial court Feb. 15.

He previously entered a not guilty plea.

Defence lawyer Brian Pfefferle was present during court via teleconference, as Judge Daniel O'Hanlon presided.

Crown prosecutor Charlotte Morden confirmed a preliminary hearing was waived in the case.

A pretrial will take place at Queen's Bench court in Battleford at a future date.

The case relates to alleged offence dates of 2010 to 2014 in the Wilkie area.

The allegations in the case have not been proven in court.


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