Gorleston woman appears in court after allegedly lodging false robbery report and stealing from pubs

Great Yarmouth Magistrates' Court. Photo: Nick Butcher

Great Yarmouth Magistrates' Court. Photo: Nick Butcher - Credit: Archant

A woman has appeared in court charged with falsely reporting a robbery and two counts of theft from pubs.

Jayne Gill, of Magdalen Square, Gorleston, appeared in Great Yarmouth Magistrates' Court on Wednesday faced with a trio of charges, two of which relate to incidents on January 30.

It was on this date that Gill, 48, was alleged to have falsely reported a robbery to police, resulting in a charge of committing an act with intent to pervert the course of public justice.

On the same day, she is alleged to have stolen £1,648.80 in cash from the Duke's Head Hotel in Great Yarmouth.

A third charge relates to a theft from The Feathers Pub in Gorleston, equating to the amount of £1,165, which is alleged to have happened between October 23 and January 3.

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Deputy district judge Paul Booty sent to the case to Norwich Crown Court, where she will appear on June 14.

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