Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Jon Mulder - serial romance fraudster

Upwards of 150 women may have been victimized by Jon Mulder.
Women knew him as Johnny Myers, John Meyers, John Boulder and Jon Moulders. His real name was Jon Mulder and he was first busted for a dating fraud more than a decade ago. Mulder was busted in 2013 when Oxford OPP charged him with a series of frauds, alleging he pretended to be a veterinarian to meet women online and defraud them. He was convicted and served 683 days in prison. Once out, he soon faced more charges for the same thing.
In Barrie, he was charged with fraud over $5,000 in 2019. In Belleville, he faces two charges of fraud under $5,000, as well as one of falsify and destroy books with intent to fraud. In 2021, he was charged in Brantford after defrauding Amy Todd of $60k. Mulder didn't show up to court to address the charges and the judge issued a bench warrant. Multiple bench warrants were issued, but Mulder, once in custody, would be released on bail each time. Mulder appeared virtually in Milton court from prison on the latest unlawful confinement, mischief and voyeurism charges. He has yet to have a bail hearing on his latest charges.