Three charges laid on fake nurse operating on South Island

Three charges laid on fake nurse operating on South Island
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Central Saanich Police released this image of Charrybelle Talaue to assist with the investigation.

Central Saanich Police says charges have been approved against a woman who has falsely applied and worked as a nurse in B.C. and Alberta.

Charrybelle Talaue has been charged by the BC Prosecution Service with one count each of failing to comply with a condition of an undertaking, committing forgery with the intent that they should be used or acted upon as genuine to the prejudice of another person, and impersonating Yves Anglehart.

On Oct. 12, the B.C. College of Nurses and Midwives said Talaue was using Anglehart’s name, who is a person who is properly registered with the college, in order to gain employment as a nurse.

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Around the same time, Island Health contacted Central Saanich Police to investigate Talaue who “had applied for a nursing position using suspicious documents in her application.”

Central Saanich Police says Talaue is believed to have used a number of aliases in order to gain employment in B.C. and Alberta, including:

  • Charrybelle Perez Talaue
  • Charrybelle Talaue Baldesancho
  • Belle Talaue
  • Belle Marie
  • Charrybelle Baldesancho
  • Charie Talaue
  • Yves Anglehart
  • Belle Yves Talaue Anglehart
  • Charie Talaue

Central Saanich Police continues to investigate and says further charges are possible. Anyone who recognizes Talaue from the picture the police department released is asked to contact police via email at [email protected].

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