The accused, who lost his £30,000-a-year job, was said to have “paid a heavy price” and has had to deal with the personal aspects of his crime.
His lawyer added: “He’s done a great deal to make amends for this.” Sheriff Gerard Bonnar stated: “This is a very significant breach of trust.” However, he took into account the speedy repayment of the money stolen, the accused’s substantial amount of charity work, and the fact it was his first conviction.
Scott Barclay pinched the cash whilst working at the TSB in St Vincent Street, Glasgow.
His lawyer described the crime as an “unusual case”.
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The airport is located 76 kilometers away from the city and when they tried to book a cab in advance to take them to the place where they were going to stay, the taxi company said they could not make bookings because there is a shortage of gas and management did not know if they were going to have enough fuel on the day of Josefina’s arrival.Fiscal depute Harry Findlay told Glasgow Sheriff Court that Barclay admitted taking the cash on July 8 last year in response to being blackmailed.Defending, Barclay’s lawyer claimed that his client had shown remorse as he was the one who reported the incident to police whilst the bank was still dealing with the case internally.The starting point for this research was the requirement to produce replicas of Iron Age textiles from Hallstatt in Austria using traditional methods.Three traditional processing and dyeing methods using woad ( L.) were successfully recreated in an iterative experimental process: dyeing with fresh leaves, with green and couched woad and with woad pigment.Choosing to impose a community-based disposal, Sheriff Bonnar added: “You’re someone who has a positive contribution to make.” Barclay, of Cardon Square, was sentenced to a Community Payback Order with 250 hours of unpaid work to be completed within 12 months.Following the case, a TSB spokesperson said: “Each and every TSB Partner has a responsibility to look after our customers’ money and ensure they deliver the best possible customer service.When he returned, he was interviewed in respect to the crime.The 47-year-old later confessed and quickly reimbursed the money.I love cooking, crafts, books, music, science, and working ever-so-slowly toward my dream of being an author.So if you like chemistry memes, grainy pictures of delicious food and adorable children, and rants about how Peter Jackson is terrible, stick around, and make yourself at home!