Five convicted at Belfast Magistrates’ Court of benefit fraud

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01 жовтня 2019 16:09

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Three women and two men were convicted at Belfast Magistrates’ Court today for claiming benefits they were not entitled to.

Seanna Bradley (25) of Whiterock Road, Belfast, claimed Jobseeker’s Allowance totalling £1,433 while failing to declare employment. She was fined £600 with £65 costs.

Emma McCallister (32) of Carnreagh Bend, Newtownabbey, claimed Income Support totalling £11,094 while failing to declare employment. She was sentenced to three years conditional discharge.

Connor Mulligan (35) of Westrock Court, Belfast, claimed Income Support and Carer’s Allowance totalling £2,212 while failing to declare employment. He was sentenced to two years conditional discharge.

Nicole Strong (31) of Cluain Mor Drive, Belfast, claimed Income Support, Jobseeker’s Allowance and Housing Benefit totalling £4,040 while failing to declare employment. She was sentenced to 80 hours community service.

Timothy Weir (54) of Glencairn Way, Belfast, claimed Income Support, Carer’s Allowance and Housing Benefit totalling £10,400 while failing to declare employment. He was sentenced to 300 hours community service.

They are also required to repay any outstanding money wrongfully obtained to the Department for Communities.

Suspected benefit fraud can be reported to the Department for Communities anonymously.  Find out more at Nidirect 

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