Regina man pleads guilty to 20 counts of identity theft, fraud
Provost sentenced to 465 days in jail after subtracting time served
A Regina man has pleaded guilty to a long list of fraud charges.
James Provost stole mail to create fake IDs and credit cards. He appeared in provincial court on Tuesday afternoon.
The 39-year-old admitted to the crimes, as well as drug and gambling addictions.
Provost has a long criminal record dating back to the 1990s.
The judge called identify theft devastating to the victim and a heartless crime.
Provost was sentenced to 465 days in jail after subtracting time served, plus one year probation.