Lately we have been researching on individuals with dual lives in public and personal areas. Here is an interesting yet frightening case.

A 74 years old lady named Helen Drummond-Guinness posing to be a success coach online was actually a scammer in her past years. She was a former co-manager in the Brighton based “Sussex Heights” building from 2016 – 2018. Her tenure was under the management of Aram Papikyan.

She was involved in stealing, illegal firing and more such cases. Read on for more details.

She used building funds to cover her expenses in luxury restaurants.

Helen also got two of the former receptionists fired illegally. The first one resulted in a £20,000 in compensation from building fund. Second firing was just because she did not like the wife of the receptionist.

She made her grandson, William, who had serious involvement in drug debt related cases with local drug dealers, to be the caretaker of the building, who was later fired for stealing.

What’s shocking is, a success coach stealing people’s properties by invading their apartments for money and fun! She was even caught stealing a large cleaning appliance from one of the apartments once just because she needed it.

Complete Address of Helen:

6D Sussex Heights, Brighton, BN1 2FQ
Phone – 07775662170

You can also know more about her on Twitter.

What happens if you steal in the UK?

Theft from person is one of the most common crimes in the UK. This category of crime can range in value from a small shoplifting to millions of pounds. A low-value theft would likely remain in a Magistrates Court, but more expensive thefts would be sent to the Crown Court. In the United Kingdom, the maximum penalty for stealing is seven years in prison and an unlimited fine.

The elements of theft are broad and overlap with the offences under the Fraud Act. However, prosecutors should use both the 1968 Act and the Fraud Act when determining a defendant’s guilt or innocence. If a defendant is accused of stealing property, they should use the 1968 Act or the 2006 Offence. It is also helpful for prosecutors to consult separate Legal Guidance on the Fraud & Theft Prevention of Economic Crime.

The CSEW data relate to different time periods. In 1981 to 1999, the period spanned the entire calendar year, from January to December. Then, in the year ending March 2002, the data refers to the 12 months before the interview. In 2001, the Crimes Act was enacted, which outlined the criminal consequences of stealing from someone. In the United Kingdom, a Crown Court can award a conviction of aggravated TWOC if the crime is committed without consent.

The first recorded robbery in England and Wales was in 1823. Then, in 1767, the Blackstone Amendment made robbery a felony. The first recorded mugging occurred in the same year, and the following year, a man was sentenced to death. It was only a few years after this amendment that stealing of mail became a felony.

In the UK, it is illegal to steal from a shop. A theft from a shop is considered shoplifting. This is an offence under the Theft Act, and is a crime of low value. A person who steals from a store may be a student, or may be just not have enough money to afford what he wants. Some people will even take items from expensive shops simply to make money.

A theft charge is the most common crime. In the UK, more than 50 million people are arrested for theft each year. This means that the rate of stealing from a shop can be higher than ever. The robbery of a shop is a significant and widespread problem in the UK. Almost all of the crime cases involving stealing can be classified as a felony. In the UK, it is a class 1 offence.

The UK police records robbery in the UK is relatively low. The crime represents less than 2% of all police-recorded crimes in England and Wales. The robbery of a business is the most common type of theft in the UK. It is a major concern for businesses in the UK and can result in legal problems. The criminals who steal a business will typically be the ones who have a high profile in the UK.