Little Neston man jailed after tricking pub buyer out of life savings

Little Neston man jailed after tricking pub buyer out of life savings
 

A 56-year-old man from Little Neston has been jailed for two years after deceiving a buyer of a Helsby pub by artificially inflating its profits.
Stephen Thomas Currie from The Meadows, Little Neston, was sentenced at Chester Crown Court on Tuesday, October 4, after pleading guilty to fraud.
Currie was convicted after making false representations over the sale of the Helsby Arms pub in Helsby.
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11 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 69
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