Vicar who went on run after stealing church funds hands himself in. A vicar who went on the run while waiting to be convicted of stealing thousands of pounds has handed himself in.
Simon Reynolds disappeared during a lunch break at Sheffield crown court on 23 July shortly before he was found guilty of four counts of theft. He stole more than £24,000 of fees given to him for weddings, funerals and graveyard memorials while in charge of All Saints’ church in Darton, near Barnsley. South Yorkshire police alerted Interpol, fearing the 50-year-old may have fled to mainland Europe. But the force said Reynolds walked into a police station in Sheffield on Monday and was arrested. He will appear in court later. Fiddling with the Fingerprint: Three Ways to Tell if it’s a Fake. Crime Scene Investigation: How It’s Done. NIPC Law. Nearly all fees are negotiable.
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Greater Manchester Police. Strangeways1. Nurse's husband appears in court accused of her murder. Rui Li's husband, Pierre Legris, charged with her murder. The husband of nurse Rui Li, who was discovered dead in the boot of a car in Bournemouth, has been charged with her murder, Dorset Police have said.
Pierre Legris, 60, will appear before Bournemouth magistrates court on Monday. His 26-year-old son, also from Bournemouth, remains in custody after detectives were granted additional time to question him. Officers discovered the body of Li, 44, "concealed within a silver Fiat Punto", on Verwood Crescent in north Bournemouth on Friday. She was last seen leaving Poole hospital on Friday 23 May after finishing work, but was reported missing on Tuesday. Bigamist jailed after murdering second wife to cash in on life insurance. A bigamist will serve at least 25 years in prison after being found guilty of murdering the second of his wives to cash in her life insurance and solve his financial problems.
Most sex workers have had jobs in health, education or charities – survey. More than 70% of UK sex workers have previously worked in healthcare, education or charities, while more than a third hold university degrees, according to one of the largest surveys of the industry ever undertaken.
The academic research, carried out by Leeds University and funded by the Wellcome Trust, also reveals the pressures that lead people to enter the sex industry, with one respondent saying she could not keep up her mortgage repayments while earning £50 a day as an NHS care assistant. The study of 240 sex workers – including 196 women, 28 men and 12 transgender people – focused on those who were not trafficked or coerced into selling sex but had chosen to do so, and most worked from within premises rather than on the streets.
Of those surveyed, 172 (71%) had previously worked in health, social care, education, childcare or charities. The second most common former area of employment was retail, with 81 people (33.7%) having worked in the industry. CPS Legal Guidance. Contents: Starting Points See Legal Guidance Sentencing for general principles.
Unsolved and Undetected Homicides. The Metropolitan Police have issued a list of 290 ‘undetected homicides’ going back to January 1999, following a Freedom of Information request.
When people talk of unsolved murders we tend to think of classic fictional mysteries or the crimes of fiendish killers like ‘Jack the Ripper’. Deep down, of course, we realise that cases go unsolved every year – Suzy Lamplugh in 1986, Daniel Morgan in 1987 and until recently Stephen Lawrence in 1993. On top of that there are the names of victims who do not get as such mass media attention.
The Metropolitan Police do not use the term ‘unsolved’, preferring to call them ‘undetected’, and include all homicides (manslaughter and infanticide as well as murder).