A woman in Sudbury pretending to be someone else who tried cashing a bank draft worth nearly $20,000 faces several charges. The woman first got the money draft using someone else’s name at one bank then tried to cash it at another bank. But bank officials at the second bank were suspicious and called police. The accused is in her mid 30s and is charged with fraud, false pretences and possession of property obtained by crime. At the time of her arrest police found a stun gun on the woman so she’s also charged with possession of a prohibited weapon.