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Friday, 16 December 2016

Fraudulent carers Lynda Mynott, Wendy Bell and Lisa Bell ordered to pay back £171,000 to bedridden widow

Fraudulent carers Lynda Mynott, Wendy Bell and Lisa Bell ordered to pay back £171,000 to bedridden widow
Fraudulent carers Lynda Mynott, Wendy Bell and Lisa Bell ordered to pay back £171,000 to bedridden widow

Fraudulent carers Lynda Mynott, Wendy Bell and Lisa Bell ordered to pay back £171,000 to bedridden widow

THREE fraudulent carers have been ordered to pay back more than £171,000 in compensation to a bedridden widow who was ripped off to fund designer handbags and expensive jewellery.
Bradford Crown Court heard that the women’s victim, Audrey Hammond, now in her mid-90s, was “still very much with us”.
Stephen Wood, representing the Crown at a Proceeds of Crime Application hearing, agreed benefit figures for Lynda Mynott and mother and daughter, Wendy and Lisa Bell.
At a previous confiscation hearing, the court heard that co-accused Amanda Carroll and the Bells had expensive designer goods seized by the police when they were arrested.


Carroll, 45, of Park Avenue, Shipley, was sentenced to three years and five months in prison in February 2015 for defrauding Mrs Hammond, of Cracoe, near Skipton.
She benefited to the tune of £706,925 from her criminality but had just £2,917 of it left.
Yesterday, Judge Colin Burn ruled that Wendy Bell, 59, of Greenside Lane, Cullingworth, must hand over £139,000 out of her assets of £208,920.
She was previously jailed for three years and six months for fleecing Mrs Hammond.



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