10/19/2012 06:42 EDT | Updated 12/19/2012 05:12 EST

Ned Ephraim Frohlich Theft And Fraud Charges, Former Public Trustee Employee Allegedly Misappropriated Over $120,000


EDMONTON - An Edmonton man is facing numerous charges for allegedly misappropriating more than $120,000.

Edmonton police say the alleged crimes occurred in the late 1990s when the man worked with the Public Trustee’s Office.

It's alleged the man created and used a false identity to access funds from an estate he was administering back in 1997-98.

Police were contacted by the Public Trustee’s Office and asked to investigate in October 2011.

Ned Ephraim Frohlich, who is 57, is charged with theft over $5,000, fraud over $5,000, and uttering forged documents.

Frohlich is scheduled to make his first appearance in court on Nov. 15.

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