plymouthherald.co.uk 22 Jul, 2021 20:00 am

Plymouth man stole late father-in-law's money from his own wife

Plymouth man stole late father-in-law's money from his own wife
Mean Leigh Brindle, aged 49, withdrew cash from the deceased man's bank account 54 times before it could benefit his wife through his estate, a court heard

News Plymouth man stole late father-in-law's money from his own wife Mean Leigh Brindle, aged 49, withdrew cash from the deceased man's bank account 54 times before it could benefit his wife through his estate, a court heard Video Loading Invalid Email Something went wrong, please try again later.Leigh Brindle, aged 49, withdrew cash 54 times from the deceased man's account to spend on himself, a court heard." But the court heard that she was standing by her husband.Read next: Firefighters tackle dramatic blaze at Whitsand Bay Brindle's wife said in a statement read to Plymouth Crown Court: "This has made me so angry, I cannot believe he has been lying to me for so long.

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