Mortgage protester Tom Crawford found guilty of criminal damage

Mortgage protester Tom Crawford found guilty of criminal damage
 

A Carlton man who went back to his former house and made a hole in the roof has been found guilty of criminal damage.
Tom Crawford had argued that the house in Fearn Chase - which had been repossessed - was still his, saying his mortgage plan was changed without consent by the Bradford and Bingley Building Society.
However, following a five-hour trial earlier this month, a District Judge today gave his judgement in the case, finding him guilty of causing criminal damage to the roof of the property on March 28.
Crawford, 65, who had denied the charge, was also given a restraining order... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Regional East, Views: 38
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