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Fraud case against former hockey agent David Frost put off to February

KINGSTON, Ont. - Fraud charges against hockey agent David Frost over the alleged use of a player's credit card have been put over for another month.

Frost was given the Feb. 19 court date by a judge on Wednesday on charges of fraud, criminal personation and violating bail. He was charged after a credit card belonging to former St. Louis Blues player Mike Danton was used by another man in Kingston in mid-March to buy $90 worth of gas.

Danton has been in jail in the U.S. since 2004 after pleading guilty to conspiring to have Frost killed.

Frost is also expected to stand trial next spring on six counts of sexual exploitation related to alleged incidents in eastern Ontario between 1995 and 2001.


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