Woman, 61, convicted of fiddling benefits as trial is held without her

Woman, 61, convicted of fiddling benefits as trial is held without her
 

A FORMER Cumbrian woman who failed to turn up for her trial has been convicted of fiddling benefits.
Wendy Hamilton-Browne, 61, who formerly lived in Alston, had denied two counts of dishonestly producing false statements so that she could claim just under £10,000 in housing and council tax benefits.
The offences date back to 2010.
Though she failed to turn up for her trial at the city's Rickergate Magistrates' Court, she was found guilty of the two charges she faced as the trial went ahead without her.
The charges stated that she provided Eden District Council with benefit application... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 26
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