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Archive for January, 2017

Woman embezzled £370,000 from Glasgow property firm
A woman has admitted embezzled more than £370,000 from her employer, which caused colleagues to be made redundant. Kerryanne Clarke, 38, pled guilty to transferring the money from Elmwood Construction Services Ltd into her own accounts between 2010 and 2014. As a...
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Criminal convictions in Scotland fall to record low
The number of criminal convictions in Scotland has fallen to the lowest level on record, according to government figures. Fewer than 100,000 people were convicted in Scottish courts last year, the statistics showed. The number of people facing court proceedings also...
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Shooting victim at Glasgow school was cleared of murder
A 35-year-old man shot outside a primary school in Glasgow had been cleared of a gangland murder in 2012. Ross Monaghan had dropped his children off at St George's Primary, Penilee, shortly before the shooting happened in Muirdykes Road at about 09:05. Police Scotland...
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Pair jailed over Prestwick neighbour dispute murder
Two men who boasted they had "got away with murder" after a dispute with a neighbour have been jailed for life with a minimum of 14 years each. Harry Hood, 46, and Ross Russell, 35, attacked Arthur Green at his home in South Ayrshire in November 2014. The High Court in...
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Rebecca Williams remains critical after Milngavie fire murder
A woman remains in a critical condition after a deliberate house fire in East Dunbartonshire which killed her 23-year-old boyfriend. Rebecca Williams had been celebrating new year with Cameron Logan before they returned to his family home in Milngavie in the early hours of...
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