Manchester news Woman took dead friend's bank card and withdrew £300 and buy McDonalds Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Terrilee Yates, 32, appeared over videolink from HMP Styal at Manchester Crown Court

Manchester news Woman took dead friend's bank card and withdrew £300 and buy McDonalds Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Terrilee Yates, 32, appeared over videolink from HMP Styal at Manchester Crown Court

Manchester news  Woman took dead friend's bank card and withdrew £300 and buy McDonalds Manchester united news
13 May 2021 - 18:31

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A woman took her friend’s bank card and used it to buy McDonalds and withdraw £300 four hours after she found her dead. Terilee Yates, 32, found her friend Jane Godfrey who had sadly passed away in her home in Swinton and reported it to the emergency services in March 2019. However, four hours later, Ms Godfrey’s Santander bank card was used to buy food at McDonalds, Manchester Crown Court heard. Half an hour later it was used at Tesco in Beswick to withdraw £100 in cash, then a further £200, then two minutes later she bought a scratch card for £14.50. Read More Related Articles Woman banned from owning pets after dog left in dark cupboard to starve to death Read More Related Articles 'My only regret is that we didn’t know': Family of selfless builder who took his own life urge people to speak out In her police interview Yates, of Cheetham Hill, claimed they were both drug users and said that they both had access to each other’s bank details and PIN numbers. She also said Ms Godfrey owed her £300 and had given her permission to get the money before she died. Yates pleaded guilty to four counts of fraud by false representation and was handed a 18 month community order. Prosecuting, Saul Brody said on March 1 2019, Yates and her partner went to visit her friend in Swinton at 3.18am, but sadly found her dead and reported it. “Paramedics attended the scene and were given contact details for both the defendant and her partner,” he said. “The defendant then went on to make four transactions with Ms Godfrey’s bank card. “The first was four hours after she reported it to the emergency services.” At 7.18am, there was a transaction at McDonalds for £8.

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.04am at Tesco there was a withdrawal of £100 cash, then a minute later a withdrawal of £200. Two minutes later there was a payment of £14.50 for scratchcards, the court heard. Manchester Crown Court (Image: Manchester Evening News) “In her police interview she claimed she had the deceased’s permission to use the card and PIN number and it had been given to her prior to her death,” Mr Brody added. Yates was said to have a number of previous convictions including dishonesty, robbery and shoplifting. In a victim personal statement from Sadie Bird, daughter of Ms Godfrey, it was said that she was somebody particularly upset about the death of her mother. Mitigating, Thomas Worsfold said his client had a significant drug addiction at the time and has demonstrated genuine remorse. “She indicates she was close to the victim and is very remorseful, not only for the effect it put on her, but also the breach of trust,” Mr Worsfold said. Read More Related Articles Steven McMyler 'was killed just because of his £11,000 Rolex' as police pay tribute to his family Read More Related Articles Asda worker praised for helping distressed mum on 'the day everything went wrong' “Addiction has underpinned the offence and has been a blight on her life for some time.” Sentencing her, Judge Timothy Smith described the offences as ‘low, mean, dishonest and amoral’. “It was your drug addiction and dept of addiction to drugs which has set you on to commit the offences,” he said. “You acted in a way prompted by the overwhelming intensity of your own drug addiction to put aside any sense of common moral decency and to act in a way no right thinking member of the public would act. “You acted in a way that was extremely disrespectful to Ms Godfrey herself.” Yates, of Cheetham Hill Road, was handed an 18 month community order, 180 hours unpaid work, 30 days of rehabilitation activity requirements and ordered to complete a 12 month drug rehabilitation programme.

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