Former Travel Agent case moves towards arraignment

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The latest development in the legal case of a former Fort St. John travel agent has it going to the regional judicial case manager, to fix an arraignment hearing date.

That is expected to occur within the next month but, there was confirmation today, that Linda Gentles has still not obtained legal counsel.

She was first given more time to do that last October 15th and, her scheduled court appeance date was moved to November 19th.

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At that time, the court then granted her another extension, pushing the case ahead, to January 15th.

She faces a total of 18 charges all related to a credit card scam, she was allegedly operating out of a local travel agency.

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