Jail for maid who stole from piggy bank of employer's daughter

31/5/2022 3:49:00 PM

Jail for maid who stole from piggy bank of employer's daughter

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Jail for maid who stole from piggy bank of employer's daughter

A maid who had already borrowed about $10,000 from her employer for supposed medical expenses for her family in the Philippines wanted more money. Joann Desoloc Martinez, 44, decided to steal it from a piggy bank containing her employer's daughter's savings from her...

"By her own account, the complainant and her family treated her well," he said.Martinez's employer - a 54-year-old woman - has kept ceramic piggy banks for her two daughters since 2009. Over the years, her daughters saved their excess allowance and red packets from Chinese New Year in their respective piggy banks.

Martinez claimed in early 2019 that her family in the Philippines required money for medical expenses. She borrowed about $10,000 in total from her employer, but deemed it insufficient and decided to steal from her employer's daughters whom she knew kept substantial amounts of cash in their piggy banks.

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Martinez's employer - a 54-year-old woman - has kept ceramic piggy banks for her two daughters since 2009. Over the years, her daughters saved their excess allowance and red packets from Chinese New Year in their respective piggy banks. Tenancy agreement: S$10 for charging a laptop A photo recently shared to a private Facebook group for foreigners working and living in Singapore showed the lengths one landlord has gone to just to extract as much value as possible from a HDB flat property by renting out one room. Martinez claimed in early 2019 that her family in the Philippines required money for medical expenses. The court rejected her lawyers’ request to call for a report to assess if she was suitable for a mandatory treatment order — a community sentencing option offered to offenders suffering from mental conditions that contributed to the offence. She borrowed about $10,000 in total from her employer, but deemed it insufficient and decided to steal from her employer's daughters whom she knew kept substantial amounts of cash in their piggy banks. Left incredulous The tenant who received the new agreement was incredulous after finding out the new terms and conditions, and posted it up publicly for other foreigners working and living in Singapore to judge if such rules are even fair. Between February 2019 and June 2021, when she was alone in the house, the accused entered the victim's bedroom to steal from the piggy bank. The court heard that the man, now 34, has a mild intellectual disability but that it had no causal link to his offences.

The prosecutor said"(Martinez) was unable to recall the total number of occasions she stole from the piggy bank, save that she stole sums of $50 to $200 on each occasion". The tenant must return at 10pm, as the door will be locked at 10:30pm every day. Four other similar charges were taken into consideration for sentencing. After stealing the cash from the piggy bank, Martinez remitted the money to her family in the Philippines over numerous occasions. Following the discovery of the missing money, the employer lodged a police report and Martinez was arrested on April 13 this year. 2. According to court documents, the stolen cash was not recovered and no restitution has been made to date. In 2017, Zhao began to cut Ms Ma Ei’s salary by about S$100 each time to S$200 per month for"mistakes" the helper made at work. Get The New Paper on your phone with the free TNP app. 3. In May 2018, she texted the man that she felt insecure about her new haircut.

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