Monthly Archives: March 2015
Ex-NHS Workers Sold Stolen Dental Supplies On Ebay
The Mirror reports that two former NHS workers who stole dental equipment worth £75,000 which they sold on eBay have been jailed.
Darren Lawson who worked as a storeman for NHS Lothian stole the goods before passing them to hospital site supervisor Gianni Donofrio who traded them on the auction website.read more
Employee Stole From NatWest Clients
A bent bank worker who stole a fortune from Natwest customers after taking their account details over the phone has been jailed.
Telephone advisor Matthew Parkhouse asked a string of account holders for the security digits on the backs of their cards when he didn’t need them for legitimate banking purposes.read more
“Captain” Lied About Military Record
The Plymouth Herald reports that a man lied about being a British Army Captain for 11 years – when he had served just 40 days as a private.
Prosecutors said that Christopher Griffin had claimed on his website that he served as a former Captain for 11 years, “and a further nine years in British Army Reserves”.read more
Postman Sold Stolen Goods on Ebay
The Cambridge News reports that a debt-ridden postman stole packages on his rounds in Saffron Walden and then sold some of the items on ebay.
Christopher John Caldwell, 44, pocketed up to £3,000 in a period of two-and-a-half years by targeting parcels and selling on ebay the goods he found in them.read more
Immigrant Stole Twice In Four Days
According to The Telegraph, a Romanian criminal was caught shoplifting twice – during his first four days of arrival in the UK.
Coventry magistrates heard Andrei Alexandru Burnei wasted no time in stealing when he arrived in Britain on March 9 as he was arrested on the same day.read more
Mum Jailed For £1,200 Shoplifting Spree
The Oxford Times reports that a mother who went on a £1,200 shoplifting spree with three other women has been jailed for three months.
Charlotte Connors, 21, was involved in four thefts in one day whilst already serving a suspended sentence for a proceeds of crime offence.read more