A woman has pleaded guilty to stealing more than £23,000 from a horse-riding club.
Jane Danielle Dolby (50) appeared in the Royal Court before the Bailiff, Timothy Le Cocq, on Friday.
She admitted one count of larceny, relating to £23,380 taken from the Jersey Dressage Club between March 2018 and 21 September 2019.
A bail application was refused, and Dolby was remanded in custody until Friday 11 September, when she will be sentenced.
Advocate Lorraine McClure appeared on Dolby's behalf.
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