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Oshawa woman accused of skimming $2m from a Scarborough company she worked for
Durham Regional Police says the alleged fraud happened in only 19 months...
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An Oshawa woman has found herself behind bars, after allegedly nearly bankrupting a Scarborough company she worked for.

She was the Chief Financial Officer for a private company between February of 2012, and September of 2013, where police believe she skimmed more than 2 million dollars from the company's bottom line.

Durham Regional Police say the woman allegedly redirected money to a supplier whom she had ties with. Once dismissed on an unrelated matter, the company discovered the missing money.

43 year old Leano Lailani has been charged with fraud over 5 thousand dollars, utter a forged document, fraudulent concealment and falsification of books and records.

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  1. Angry Bill posted on 03/27/2014 04:54 PM
    Dayam.. I'm impressed. This woman definitely qualifies to run for the liberal party.
    1. Steve posted on 03/27/2014 09:07 PM
      @Angry Bill Partisan much? Loser.
    2. Angry Bill posted on 03/31/2014 10:12 AM
      @Steve Ignore facts much? Loser.
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An Oshawa woman has found herself behind bars, after allegedly nearly bankrupting a Scarborough company she worked for.

She was the Chief Financial Officer for a private company between February of 2012, and September of 2013, where police believe she skimmed more than 2 million dollars from the company's bottom line.

Durham Regional Police say the woman allegedly redirected money to a supplier whom she had ties with. Once dismissed on an unrelated matter, the company discovered the missing money.

43 year old Leano Lailani has been charged with fraud over 5 thousand dollars, utter a forged document, fraudulent concealment and falsification of books and records.

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  1. Angry Bill posted on 03/27/2014 04:54 PM
    Dayam.. I'm impressed. This woman definitely qualifies to run for the liberal party.
    1. Steve posted on 03/27/2014 09:07 PM
      @Angry Bill Partisan much? Loser.
    2. Angry Bill posted on 03/31/2014 10:12 AM
      @Steve Ignore facts much? Loser.
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