A 38-year- old woman who started stealing and embezzling money from elderly people since the age of 18, was recently arrested by the police after she tried to steal again from a 68-year old man. The 38-year-old woman and mother of three children have been sentenced to four and a half years in jail for all the crimes that she has committed.
The thieving woman is identified as 38-years-old Patricia McGoldrick, who has been stealing and extorting money from elderly people after seducing them and tricking them into giving her money. She has been committing such crimes for 20 years and has been tried in court to answer for her crimes.
In one case, on 22nd September, she climbed through the window of a 68-year-old man who lived in a flat at Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, and snuck inside his house. She asked him to give her a cheese sandwich, £3, and a roll of cigarettes, which the elderly man gave her. After a few days, she came back demanding cigarettes again. When the 68-year-old went to give the cigarettes, she climbed through the window inside his living room and asked for another £3, which he willingly gave her again.
When the case was presented in court, Prosecutor Patrick Sullivan said: ” He gave her the money, but she upped her request to £8 and rubbed herself against him sexually, asking if he was frigid when he failed to respond.” He further added, ” When she tried to open a cupboard where he kept his wallet, there was a struggle as he tried to stop her, but she got the wallet and took £60 before leaving. About an hour later, his son, having been told what happened, saw her in the area and detained her and detained her and called the police, but the officers took so long to arrive that he let her go. “
During the time period of 18 months, the mother of three stole a watch, a wedding ring of the elderly man’s late wife, and other valuable items. She was charged with a jail sentence of four-and-a-half years in the Warwick Crown court after the woman openly admitted to charges of burglary, theft, and attempt to theft.