A cold-hearted killer who tried to steal from her victim’s bank account within hours of murdering him has been jailed for life.
A grandmother who murdered a "generous" pensioner and then tried to "blag" her way into gaining access to the man’s finances has been jailed for life.
The jury in the trial of a woman accused of murdering a pensioner in his Aberdeen home has retired to consider its verdict.
Prosecutors have dropped an attempted murder charge against a woman who has admitted killing a pensioner following an argument at his home.
A psychiatrist has told a court he examined an Aberdeen woman who is standing trial for murder and concluded she wasn’t suffering from psychiatric illness.
A grandmother wept as she told a court of the moment she “exploded” and killed an Aberdeen pensioner following an argument at his home.
A woman accused of murdering an Aberdeen pensioner was a regular customer at a pawnbrokers in the months before the death, a court has heard.
John Patterson, 39, said Sharyn Stewart, 53, revealed she took the life of a man during a get-together at a house in Pennan Road, Aberdeen, on January 2 2018.
A woman has admitted killing a pensioner who spent some of his £86,000 inheritance on holidays for her relatives, a court has heard.
A woman is to go on trial accused of murdering a pensioner at his home.