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'Prolific offender' who targeted the elderly and vulnerable is jailed The court was told that Gary James, of St Ives, would often overcharge his elderly victims for gardening workByTara Cox 14:13, 21 AUG 2017Gary James of Shakespeare Road in St Ives was sentenced at Peterborough Crown Court on Friday, August 11, for three counts of fraud by false representation (Image: Cambridgeshire police) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A man who preyed on elderly victims in Cambridgeshire by fraudulently charging them for work has been jailed for nine months.
Gary James of Shakespeare Road in St Ives was sentenced at Peterborough Crown Court on Friday, August 11, for three counts of fraud by false representation. The 42 year old was sentenced to three months for each count to run consecutively. He was also made the subject of a Criminal Behaviour Order, and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of The court was told how on louis vuitton neverfull comparison May 28, James visited the first victim's home address in Chaucer Way, St Ives to discuss some gardening work. Headteacher sent '15 year old boy' pictures of his penis and tried to meet for sex It was agreed that James would carry out the work for and was given upfront for equipment hire with work beginning the next day. However, he turned up the next day (May 29) without any tools insisting a friend was turning up shortly with the required equipment. His friend eventually turned up with a single spade. James said he needed the other to carry out the work but the victim refused this amount, they later agreed on a fee of to be paid then and the rest to be paid upon completion. After receiving the from the victim, James and his friend never returned to finish the work. Gambling addict who defrauded company out of ordered to pay almost On June 10, James approached the second victim, a woman in her 80s at her home address in Greengarth, St Ives, and offered her his gardening services. After agreeing the work, he demanded an initial cash payment of louis vuitton purses authentic or fake as a deposit and the total cost of the work was agreed to be On several occasions he failed to show louis vuitton neverfull gm ebay up and carry out the agreed work; when he did turn up he demanded cash payments for supplies for her garden. Another was agreed due to James needing specialist help to dispose of the trees due to their condition. Cambridge students accused of using false disabled badges in parking war A concerned neighbour contacted the police and after a visit from a local PCSO, it was deemed that the work carried out wasn't worth the that louis vuitton casual shoes cs-070 he had been paid. On June 28, James approached an elderly couple at their home address in Ambury Road, Huntingdon, stating he was a sub contractor for Luminus Housing and was there to carry out work on their garden. Over the next few days he demanded more cash payments totalling for garden supplies. On one occasion he took a taxi to a cash machine with one of the victims in order to be paid.
After contacting Luminus Housing it was discovered that James wasn't working on their behalf and the police were contacted. "You can't cut a million pounds of funding without damaging the quality of the service": Parents react to children's centre restructure James' five year Criminal Behaviour Order states that he must: Provide written quotations and ensure that customers are aware of their rights to cancel. This right must be given in writing and must be clearly understood.
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