Woman stole scratch cards and escaped jail
Most people pay for their scratch cards but some people just steal them. Tracey B. stole 10.941 worth of scratch cards. The theft took place at Martin Mccoll newsagents in Milne Park East between May 22 and September 9.
Tracey B. was seen on the surveillance camera of the shop. She was activating all the scratch cards and dropped them in her bag. After the investigation it became clear that she stole a total scratch card value of 10.941 pound.
When Tracey B. she was faced with the theft she admitted her act. Yesterday she was pleaded guily at the court of Croydon (near London). She was sentenced to a prison time of 4 months and was suspended for 12 months at her work (why would they even want her back?) She also needs to do a community service of 280 hours. The court of Croydon also ordered her to contact her chef to get to a solution to pay back her debs.
According to the thisislocallondon.co.uk newspaper Tracey B. escaped jail today. More details will follow when we have more information about this jail escape.
In the meantime you can receive 5 pound for free when you play the online scratch cards at Scratch2Cash.