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Sentencing date set for Surrey care aide charged with defrauding seniors

Ana Marie Lat Chamdal, 30, originally faced 77 criminal charges
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Ana Chamdal. (Photo: Surrey RCMP)

A Surrey woman and care aide who pleaded guilty to 30 fraud-related charges involving elderly people is scheduled to be sentenced in Surrey provincial court on August 26.

Ana Marie Lat Chamdal, 30, accused of defrauding 21 elderly people, pleaded guilty on Oct. 31, 2023 to the 30 charges. She originally faced 77 criminal charges.

Of the crimes she pleaded guilty to, the majority happened in Surrey, with others in Delta, Vancouver and Richmond.

According to her provincial court record of proceedings, Chamdal pleaded guilty to theft, eight counts of fraud, six counts of fraud over $5,000, 13 counts of living in a dwelling house with intent to commit an indictable offence, and fraudulently possessing credit card data, and obtaining and possessing another person’s identity – including information belonging to a pharmacy’s customers – with intent to use it “to commit an indictable offence that includes fraud, deceit, or falsehood.



About the Author: Tom Zytaruk

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