Andrew Wallace Prosecutes £ 0.25m Benefit Fraud

Fri, 25 Jun 2010

Jail for benefit cheat who stole £230,000 over 30 years of lies
A "DISHONEST" Tamworth man who stole more than £230,000 from the state by evading tax and fraudulently claiming disability benefits has been jailed.
 
Self-employed painter and decorator Robert Johnson, aged 62, of Brendon, Wilnecote, was sentenced to two years and three months by a judge at Birmingham Crown Court on Friday.
 
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