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I'm hoping some pikeys pick on a family with aspiring drill rappers just to see what plod would do when things got stabby
 
Obviously now that Appleby is over, the caravan utilising nomadic tribesmen are back in Cheshire...

Anger as Traveller camp moves on to Macclesfield park

A Cheshire police spokesman confirmed the ‘unauthorised encampments’ at Lyme Green and West Park had been reported.

But it's OK:

“Cheshire and Warrington traveller team has visited and carried out welfare assessments.
 
Obviously now that Appleby is over, the caravan utilising nomadic tribesmen are back in Cheshire...

Anger as Traveller camp moves on to Macclesfield park

A Cheshire police spokesman confirmed the ‘unauthorised encampments’ at Lyme Green and West Park had been reported.

But it's OK:

“Cheshire and Warrington traveller team has visited and carried out welfare assessments.
Is that the welfare of decent local people prior to the air strike with JDAMs going in?
 
Minister apologises over 'tinkers' remark

FFS, they have their own charities?

Not to mention "This was an error of judgement on my part, and is not at all representative of the great cultural contribution and rich heritage that the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities make to this country."

Now Aussies seem quite proud of their history but you mention distraction burglaries, drive tarmacking and so on and its racist?
 
Yet another Pikey conman targetting the elderly in and around Cardiff including a retired vicar. "Wentloog Road" in St Mellons is a long-established camp of theirs. It's really a big industrial estate.

They play absolute havoc with all the businesses unfortunate enough to be located there, including and up to ram raiding them. Almost untouchable of course.

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Fraudster posing as roofer tricked pensioner out of £9,000 savings

A fraudster persuaded a pensioner to hand over £9,000 of savings by pretending to be a roofer sent to work on her block of flats.

Thomas Connors also gave a clergyman a quote for £4,000 for replacing cracked tiles – work later judged by an independent expert to be worth £700 and in fact completely unnecessary.

Sentencing him at Newport Crown Court , Judge Jeremy Jenkins described the defendant’s behaviour as “disgraceful”. Prosecutors said the offending happened over a 15-month period and involved three elderly victims.

The court heard Connors cold-called the victims and persuaded them to have unnecessary work carried out on their homes.

In December 2017 the defendant targeted a clergyman who was in his late 80s and had difficulties with his mobility. Connors told the victim he had cracked tiles at the back of his property, which needed to be replaced, and quoted him £4,000 for the job.

He then reduced that figure to £3,500 as a “special discount” if the man agreed to have the work done before Christmas. The defendant did not provide any paperwork or advise the victim of his cancellation rights.
 
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