Anorak | Relatives Continue To Claim Dead Granny’s Pension

Relatives Continue To Claim Dead Granny’s Pension

by | 9th, January 2011

WHEN Olive Maddock, 95, died of natural causes at the home she shared with her daughter, Hazel Maddock, 61, and granddaughter, Jasmine Maddock, 35, the young relatives say they did not notice.

So Hazel Maddock went about her usual routine which included realising her mum’s state pension.

Someone got a whiff of something and when police attended the home in Wallasey, Merseyside, in august 2010, they found Olive Maddock’s remains.

So. To the magistrates court in Birkenhead. The women are charged with preventing the decent and lawful burial of Mrs Maddock. Hazel Maddock is also charged with one count of fraud in relation to cashing the dead woman’s state pension.

Neither of the accused entered a plea. Both women will appear at Liverpool Crown Court on January 20.


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