Thief made to pay £2,000 in compensation

Thief made to pay £2,000 in compensation

Thief made to pay £2,000 in compensation

First published in News

TEST Valley woman Joanne Tanner has been told to pay more than £2,000 compensation after stealing money from a woman.

Tanner, 27, of Roman Road, admitted fraud between September 3-December 14 at Andover and elsewhere by using the debit and credit cards belonging to Joan Ashken, to value of £5,530.

Magistrates in Basingstoke imposed a community order to run until October 27 and ordered she pay compensation of £2,440 to Ms Ashken.

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11:33am Wed 5 Feb 14

Inform Al says...

Crime does pay then
Crime does pay then Inform Al
  • Score: 2

9:38pm Thu 6 Feb 14

Best213 says...

Rubbish was in court room,2440 taken 1500 repaid straight away with out standing left to pay to victim,not a common theif a ill troubled women with underlining issues since childhood,huge life lesson learnt with huge regret and remorse!!
Was not giving community order as states but put on to a benifical cognitive behavior therapy program

So to anyone that thinks there perfect take a long hard look in mirror before u start judging
Rubbish was in court room,2440 taken 1500 repaid straight away with out standing left to pay to victim,not a common theif a ill troubled women with underlining issues since childhood,huge life lesson learnt with huge regret and remorse!! Was not giving community order as states but put on to a benifical cognitive behavior therapy program So to anyone that thinks there perfect take a long hard look in mirror before u start judging Best213
  • Score: -4

5:01pm Sun 9 Feb 14

Vanessabridge72 says...

Fraud!! should be put put in prison not allowed out in are community.

Concerned resident of stockbridge.
Fraud!! should be put put in prison not allowed out in are community. Concerned resident of stockbridge. Vanessabridge72
  • Score: 1

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