The former head of the JSPCA Stephen John Coleman has pleaded guilty to 19 charges of fraud at Jersey's Royal Court.
- 15 counts of fraud
- Two counts of forgery
- Two counts of uttering forged documents
Police say that over ten years he took £300,000 of the charity’s income for himself.
It comes after an 18-month investigation by Jersey’s Joint Financial Crime Unit.
A statement was made by the States of Jersey Police.
At court he was remanded into custody and will next appear on 6 February for sentencing.