Credit card fraud case now in court

Qualicum Beach residents make appearance in Nanaimo

Two Qualicum Beach residents facing several counts of fraud each made an appearance in B.C. Provincial Court in Nanaimo this week.

Michael Yule is charged with five counts of possession of stolen property, two counts of possessing instruments to forge credit cards and three counts of forgery.

As well, Aleta Trimble faces three counts of forgery, forgery of credit cards and five counts of possession of stolen property in relation to the same Oct. 12, 2010 incident.


In Tuesday’s proceedings, Yule and Trimble had their cases put over to September 12, 2012 for a trial confirmation hearing.