The cheques that were cashed were not good cheques - the police want Michaud to explain why in a court room

Crime 100By Staff

July 31, 2015


The Burlington detachment of the Halton Regional Police are in the 15th week of their Fugitive Friday program which they use to seek the support of the public in bringing people charged with an offence to justice.

The police are asking the public to help locate wanted persons and hold them accountable for their actions.

There are numerous people who continue to evade the police and the court system and continue to live out in our communities while having a warrant for their arrest in place.

Every Friday, the Burlington Offender Management Unit will share information on a wanted person in hopes that the public can assist in locating the individual.

FF15 MichaudIn this edition of Fugitive Fridays the 3 District, Burlington Offender Management Unit is searching for Beth MICHAUD, 26 years old, from Hamilton.

It is alleged:

In April, 2015, the accused attended multiple Royal Bank branches in the City of Burlington and was successful in cashing one or several fraudulent cheques prior to the institutions becoming aware of her pattern.

In May 2015, the accused was arrested and charged, however failed to appear for her court date on June 17, 2015.
MICHAUD is wanted by the Halton Regional Police for:

Fraud under $5000 x 2
Uttering Forged Documents x 2
Fail to Appear Court

MICHAUD is described as 5’2”, 115lbs, hazel eyes and blonde hair. Michaud has a pierced nose and several tattoos. On her left ear is a music note, right wrist is the name “Lexie” and lower left back is the word “King”. MICHAUD has ties to Hamilton, Burlington and the surrounding area.

Anyone who has information on MICHAUD or can assist investigators in locating her are asked to contact Detective Constable Calvin Bulbrook – Burlington Criminal Investigations Bureau – Offender Management Team at 905-825-4747 ext. 2346 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or through the web at, or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

The police are sharing “Fugitive Friday” information on their website and via social media through Twitter @HRPSBurl and @HaltonPolice.

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