A woman has been charged with committing ten offences in Thanet, including stealing food from a care home, burglary, fraud and shoplifting.
Nicola Hrickova, 25, of no fixed address, was arrested in Grosvenor Place, Margate, yesterday (July 2).
She was charged with stealing food from a care home in Eaton Road, Margate, on Saturday, June 2.
She was also charged with stealing a tablet computer and bank cards from a house in Marine Gardens, Margate, and cash from a flat in Eaton Road, Margate, and using a bank card fraudulently in Margate on Thursday, June 7.
Officers also charged her with stealing two computers, cash and bank cards from an address in Fitzroy Avenue, Broadstairs, on Friday, June 8 and attempted burglary at a flat in Margate High Street on Wednesday, June 13.
The 25-year-old was further charged with entering an address in Alexandra Terrace, Margate, with intent to steal on Thursday, June 14, stealing a mobile phone, cash and a bank card from a flat in Ford Crescent, Margate, and using a bank card fraudulently in the town on Monday, June 18.
She was also charged with stealing make-up worth £137 from Boots in Margate on Monday, July 2.
She has been remanded in custody to appear at Canterbury Crown Court on Tuesday, July 31.
Omg, I know crime of all kinds is rife in Thanet but is it just me who keeps reading of more & more foreign surnames involved in these crimes…..
There are many foreign people involved with crimes such as this just as there are brits that commit crime, I don’t know the details surrounding this thief but these type of thefts are mainly committed to feed drug habits unfortunately. Eradicating illegal drugs is a losing battle for the authorities so people must be conscious of drug addicts looking for easy targets and make their property secure. If you know where drugs are being dealt then report it to the police. If you see someone acting suspiciously then report it too. We must all get involved with cracking down on crimes and stop turning a blind eye if we want a better society.
Yes it’s always the ones with gipsy – sorry, Czech – surnames.