Police allege she had cash, hard drives, Eftpos machine and slips and CCTV cameras from Kiama robbery when arrested

A Nowra woman charged with dealing with the proceeds of crime and having goods in custody suspected of being stolen has appeared in court.

Leanne Joan Fornaciari, 56, has pleaded not guilty to the charges that stemmed from an alleged robbery at the Dominoes Pizza shop in Terralong Street, Kiama between July 17 and July 18.

Police arrested Fornaciari in shopping centre car park in Nowra shortly after 9am on July 18 with an alleged co-accused, her son, Jason Victor Fornaciari, 32.

Police allege the woman had money and property allegedly stolen from the Kiama pizza business.

It is alleged she was in possession of Australian currency, hard drives, Eftpos machine and slips and CCTV cameras.

She pleaded not guilty to the charges before registrar Alana Kill in Nowra Local Court on Monday, September 2.

She was successful in having her bail varied, with the imposed curfew lifted.

She will reappear on October 14.

Jason Fornaciari has been charged with two counts of break and enter and one count of dealing with the proceeds of crime.

Court papers allege he broke into a room at the Dandaloo Hotel Motel at Kanahooka Road, Dapto between 6am June 7 and 2.30pm on June 11 and allegedly took food, including juice, milk and cereal.

He is also charged with allegedly breaking into the Dominoes Pizza shop in Terralong Street, Kiama.

He has been refused bail and will reappear in court on September 24.

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