Conman who targeted grieving families sentence slashed

Conman who targeted grieving families sentence slashed
 

A conman who posed as a private detective and targeted grieving families has had his jail term reduced from 10 to six years.
Simon Delow, of Gloucester, was jailed in October after admitting 10 counts of fraud by false representation.
He claimed he could unearth facts about the deaths of loved ones abroad but was actually a convicted fraudster. One family handed over £18,000 to him.
Ray Martin, whom Delow tried to cheat, said reducing the sentence was unfair.
Mr Martin said: "The justice system sucks if it is going to let a man like Delow, who is a leech on society, off lightly like... read more

 
13 April 2018 in Regional, Views: 37
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