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First house stolen, now eviction

Police say an impersonator with a forged driver’s licence helped steal Lana Morrison’s home-ownership title to get a loan.

Police say an impersonator with a forged driver’s licence helped steal Lana Morrison’s home-ownership title to get a loan.

The imposter then defaulted on payments.

Now, despite a pending fraud trial, a Toronto trust company wishing to recoup its money is trying to evict Morrison and take her house.

The local sheriff has ordered Morrison out within two weeks, along with her 12-year-old son, Tyrone, and Peanut, their pet poodle.

“I don’t want to go to a shelter — that would kill me,” the single Oshawa mother on a disability pension said yesterday.

“I’m not a rich person. I’ve got health problems. I don’t know what I’m going to do.

“Nobody seems to care that there is a child involved here, that this is his neighbourhood and that his dying grandmother lives around the corner,” Morrison said.

Nadia Kelly, 27, Antonia Pasculli, 48, and Christopher Dewsbury, 29, face charges in connection with the case

 
 
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