Distressing life events led care home deputy manager to 'crack'



A SERIES of "profoundly distressing" events in the life of convicted thief Eva Keys led her to "crack" and turn to drink, the court heard.
Richard Hackfath, mitigating, said Keys had no previous convictions and co-operated with the police from the moment she was interviewed. She was held in high regard by her employers and was a "blameless wife and mother – liked and respected".
She was "living for her job" and nobody ever suspected or imagined that she would be in the dock of a court facing dishonesty offences.
"She has committed those offences... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 34
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