Hairdresser jailed for using dead babies" names to claim 100,000 in benefits illegally

Hairdresser jailed for using dead babies' names to claim 100,000 in benefits illegallyElizabeth Tetteh, 45, convicted of 17 fraud offences at Basildon Crown CourtShe was jailed for two years after misusing National Insurance numbersClaimed income support and job seekers' allowance despite working By Mario Ledwith PUBLISHED: 14:06 GMT, 10 March 2013 | UPDATED: 14:42 GMT, 10 March 2013 A benefit cheat who used dead babies' names to defraud taxpayers out of almost 100,000 has been jailed for two years. Elizabeth Tetteh, 45, used the National Insurance numbers of dead children to claim income support and job seekers' allowance, despite working as a hairdresser.

Fast Eddie Maher: Double life of fugitive who spent 20 years on the run in the U.S. working as a cable engineer after stealing 1.2m from Securicor van

Securicor driver 'Fast' Eddie Maher who went on run in U.S. for 20 years after stealing 1.2m from his van in Suffolk is jailed for just FIVE YEARS Maher, 57, made off with Securicor van outside bank in Felixstowe in 1993Loaded 30 sacks of cash into a getaway vehicle before flying to America Lived in U.S. under false identities of Stephen King and his brother MichaelBuilt new life with partner, Deborah Brett, and their son Lee, who was three at time of heistBought house in Colorado with $120k in cash just six months after the theftArrested in February last year after his daughter-in-law called the policeDenied charge after being deported, but entered last-minute plea today By Simon Tomlinson PUBLISHED: 10:40 GMT, 5 March 2013 | UPDATED: 13:52 GMT, 5 March 2013 A British man who spent almost 20 years as a fugitive in the U.S

Fugitive "Fast" Eddie Maher finally admits stealing 1.2million from a security van after 19 years on the run

Securicor driver 'Fast' Eddie Maher finally admits stealing 1.2m from his van in Suffolk and going on the run for 19 yearsMaher, 57, made off with Securicor van outside bank in Felixstowe in 1993Loaded 30 sacks of cash into a getaway vehicle before flying to America Lived in U.S.

Russian gangster planned to build a mansion with cash made from shipping 13 sex slaves to Britain

Russian gangster planned to build a mansion with cash made from shipping 13 sex slaves to Britain Sergey Konart, 42, and girlfriend Ekaterina Lolesnikova, 28, ran a 100,000 a year human trafficking ringThe pair brought at least 13 sex slaves to the UK They planned to buy huge house back in Bulgaria with their ill-gotten gainsKonart, who was jailed for 10 years, has been ordered to pay back 150,000 PUBLISHED: 19:06 GMT, 28 November 2012 | UPDATED: 19:07 GMT, 28 November 2012 A Russian gangster planned to build a mansion with the huge profits he made by shipping at least 13 sex slaves into the UK.