Kingston woman bilks granny of $13,000, threatens to cut mom’s throat

A 32-year-old Kingston woman has surrendered to police on accusations she defrauded her grandmother of $13,000 then threatened to cut her mother’s throat.

The investigation began in July when the grandmother reported fraudulent transactions from her bank accounts. In January, she’d asked her granddaughter for help managing her finances, but the granddaughter had stopped returning her calls and was nowhere to be found.

In October, the mother of the suspect spotted her daughter, who was then wanted for fraud, at a shopping mall. The mother fled to her vehicle and called police after her daughter threatened her, police allege.

A second warrant was issued for her arrest.

The woman appeared at the police station Wednesday and was arrested to appear in court on charges of fraud over $5,000, uttering threats and breach of undertaking.


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