A supervisor who took money from the Papanui Club was sentenced to community work, supervision, and ordered to pay reparation, at her sentencing in the Christchurch District Court.
A former Papanui Club supervisor has admitted stealing cash and is negotiating a settlement with the club to repay the money.
The company that was the victim of Katrina Leigh Leoni’s thefts had difficulty accepting that her last minute reparation arrangements showed her remorse.
A woman has five days to declare all her assets – including any she may have disposed of – ahead of a sentencing next month on charges of stealing $133,000 from a Christchurch rebuild firm.
A woman has admitted stealing $133,000 over two years, in amounts of a few thousand dollars at a time, from the Christchurch rebuild firm where she worked.
Civil proceedings may be launched to recover money from a manager who has admitted stealing almost $116,000 from a Christchurch business.