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Monday, 9 May 2011

THE home of murdered gangland thug Kevin "Gerbil" Carroll has been frozen in a dirty money probe.

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A judge agreed to ban his partner, Kelly Green, from selling the s217,000 house.
Carroll was reported to prosecutors for fraud and money-laundering in connection with the house before he was shot dead outside an ASDA supermarket.
After his murder in January last year, the authorities launched a bid to seize the house in Lennoxtown, north of Glasgow, using proceeds of crime laws.
They suspect that Carroll obtained the mortgage for the house - and a loan for another property - by fraud.
Court documents in the case have revealed tax details for Carroll, 29, a feared drug dealer, kidnapper and member of Glasgow's Daniel crime clan.
Inland Revenue records show he had a legitimate income of just s1800 in 2003-4, s10,400 the following year and s11,750 in 2005-6. Carroll had no visible income in the three years between 2006 and 2009.
And for six years up to 2009, the taxman has no record of any income for his partner, Green, whose father is crime boss Jamie Daniel.
In 2001, Carroll bought a house in Drumchapel, Glasgow, for s48,000 with a s44,475 mortgage from Abbey National.
He claimed to have worked as an "MOT mechanic" at a garage in the city's Possil since 1996 but he was jailed for three months in January 1999 for car theft.
When Carroll sold the Drumchapel home for s110,000 in April 2008, he used his s70,274 profit from the sale as a deposit for the house in Lennoxtown.
He also got a s149,955 mortgage from Platform Funding, telling the lender that he earned s46,000 a year as a "sales manager" for a greasy spoon cafe in Maryhill, Glasgow.
The authorities believe Carroll obtained both mortgages fraudulently.
When they went to court to have the Lennoxtown house frozen, they asked that Green, 30, should not be told in advance about the legal action in case she tried to sell the property.

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