Woman guilty of stealing more than £7,300 from Royal British Legion in Borehamwood

Gill Fowler

Gill Fowler

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A woman pleaded guilty to theft after stealing more than £7,300 from the Royal British Legion.

Gillian Fowler, 71, of Tallis Way, Borehamwood, stole £7,380 from the Royal British Legion in Shenley Road between October 2012 and September 2013, while she was acting as treasurer for the organisation.

She appeared at St Albans Crown Court yesterday for sentencing, which has been adjourned until March 6.

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3:40pm Thu 30 Jan 14

mr.taxpayer says...

Lock her up the thieving fat scumbag.
Lock her up the thieving fat scumbag. mr.taxpayer
  • Score: 12

4:39pm Thu 30 Jan 14

save the wood says...

she has been claiming she has a mental illness since she got caught, but looked so healthy in the pictures of the town twinning in october. have you got a spare oscar paul welsh.
she has been claiming she has a mental illness since she got caught, but looked so healthy in the pictures of the town twinning in october. have you got a spare oscar paul welsh. save the wood
  • Score: 12

4:51pm Thu 30 Jan 14

mr.taxpayer says...

What about the illnesses of former service people she stole from? This is bordering on the lowest of the low, down there with kiddy fiddlers and robbing elderly people.
What about the illnesses of former service people she stole from? This is bordering on the lowest of the low, down there with kiddy fiddlers and robbing elderly people. mr.taxpayer
  • Score: 16

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