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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Jail for the Christchurch bar manager who arranged for the establishment where she worked to be robbed - twice

    Jail for the Christchurch bar manager who arranged for the establishment where she worked to be robbed - twice


    Joanne Smith has been sentenced to six years three months.

    As well as the two robberies of the Fitz Sports Bar, Smith took part in the robbery of the Law Courts Hotel in Dunedin with her son Joshua Smith.

    He was sentenced to five years when he appeared alongside his mother in the Christchurch District Court today .

    Almost 80 thousand dollars was stolen in the two raids on the Fitz Sports Bar in July and October last year.

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