Shed company owner has fraud case adjourned

AN IPSWICH businessman who allegedly ripped off dozens of customers and tradespeople has had his case adjourned until next month.

Shed company owner Paul Jason William DeBruin has been charged with 26 fraud-related offences including forgery and false declarations.

His case was briefly mentioned at Brisbane Magistrates Court this week and adjourned.

Mr DeBruin's case will be heard before Brisbane Magistrates Court on October 13.


Topics:  court crime fraud ipswich

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