A former Alexandra petrol attendant who stole more than $7000 cash and stock from her employer was remanded until November 15 for sentencing in Alexandra District Court yesterday.
Janice Maree McArthur, 38, admitted theft from the store between October 30, 2010, and May 31 this year, when she appeared before Judge Stephen O'Driscoll last month.
McArthur deleted or adjusted stock records and made fraudulent refunds to hide the offending.
The offending was discovered after variances in the stock receipts were detected.
Police prosecutor Ian Collin said McArthur stole cash and stock from the store amounting to $10,736.49.
However, McArthur disputed the amount of stock and cash she was accused of stealing, saying she did not steal any cash and believed the amount of stock she took was worth about $1000.
Yesterday's court appearance was set as a disputed facts hearing but McArthur was remanded on bail after a total of $7374.16 was agreed upon.
Judge O'Driscoll ordered an updated victim impact report for sentencing.
Nikky Steven Morris, 26, shearer, fined $300 for assault and resisting police on October 7.
Danelle Reiana Spooner, 28, ordered to come up if called upon within nine months for assault on July 21.
Margarette Jeanette Faye Harrison, 25, sentenced to 40 hours' community work for possession of a bong in Kurow on August 23.
Jacob Alastair Nolan, 19, sentenced to 75 hours' community work and ordered to pay $960.25 reparation for intentionally damaging a car-parking barrier arm in Queenstown on September 1.
Logan Thomas Sinclair, 20, farmer of Millers Flat, two charges, of intentional damage and reckless driving on September 6. Fined $500, disqualified from driving for six months and ordered to pay $520 reparation. Sinclair purposely drove into five road signs and a mail box.
Samuel Jackson Hanna, 25, of Arthurs Point, fined $200 for disorderly behaviour and hindering police on October 14. Hanna and two associates had been in the Queenstown Night 'n Day when they began throwing food. Police arrested Hanna after he began filming a woman complaining to police about their behaviour.
Alan Frank Maber, 24, of Cromwell, fined $650 for resisting police and disorderly behaviour in Cromwell on September 16.
Kereti Alan Henry, 20, sawmiller of Milton, fined $450 and ordered to pay $150 reparation for disorderly behaviour at Becks on September 22. Henry threw a beer bottle at the White Horse Hotel causing damage to spouting.
William Leonard John Marshall, 26, stonemason of Cromwell, fined $200 for disorderly behaviour and using threatening words in Cromwell on October 13.
Harrison William Black, 19, ordered to come up if called on within nine months for breaching com- munity work in Dunedin on May 9.
Casey Nicolas Booth, 17, painter, of Cromwell, fined $250 and disqualified from driving for six months for driving while suspended and careless driving in Cromwell on October 11.
Travis Todd Mitchell, 17, builder, of Cromwell, fined $500 and disqualified from driving for six months for driving with unnecessary exhibition of speed and acceleration in Cromwell on October 11.
Scott Allan Trow, 19, joiner, of Cromwell, fined $500 and disqualified from driving for six months for driving with unnecessary exhibition of speed and acceleration in Cromwell on October 11.
Tony Martin Bryce, 39, of Cromwell, fined $900 and disqualified from driving for eight months for recording a breath-alcohol level of 805 micrograms, October 5.
Samual James Frew, 20, builder, of Cromwell, sentenced to three months' community detention, 100 hours' community work, 12 months' supervision and disqualified from driving for 13 months for recording 511mcg on September 13.
Bevan James McKnight, 41, farmer of Moa Creek, fined $800 and disqualified from driving for eight months for recording 703mcg in Poolburn on October 10.
Melanie Jean Hall, 27, fined $600 and disqualified from driving for eight months for recording 523mcg on October 14.
Karen Olga Wilson, 61, of Cromwell, fined $500 and disqualified from driving for seven months for recording 456mcg in Cromwell on October 5.
Marc Alan Greenwood, 19, of Roxburgh, fined $500 and disqualified from driving for six months for recording 400mcg, under 20, in Clyde on September 22.
Geoffrey David McAtamney, 24, farmer of Lauder, fined $850 and disqualified from driving for eight months for recording a blood alcohol level of 186milligrams, limit 80mg, in Omakau, August 30.
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