A DALTON woman accused of helping her daughter kidnap a baby girl has appeared in court again.
Jayne Little, 47, was before Kirklees Magistrates yesterday.
She appeared at the Huddersfield court just days after appearing at Bradford Crown Court with her husband Keith and their daughter Jodie.
All three have been charged with kidnapping the 11-month-old baby on March 12.
The alleged offence sparked a two-day police search for the baby, who cannot be identified for legal reasons.
Jodie was remanded in custody but her parents were both granted bail at the hearing on Friday before Judge Christopher Batty.
Mrs Little’s strict bail conditions were residence at her home in Dyson Street and be subject to an electronically-monitored curfew between 7pm and 7am.
She was also banned from having any contact with social services staff, prosecution witnesses or her co-accused.
Finally, she was ordered to surrender her passport to police.
But she was arrested by police and remanded into custody just a day after the hearing.
Carole Lawford, prosecuting, said that blond Little breached the curfew part of her order.
She said that G4S security staff were alerted to the fact that she was 21 minutes late in returning to her home.
The prosecutor said that she was at another address that she should not have been at because it was a crime scene.
Ms Lawford asked magistrates to consider remanding her into custody, where she had already spent 30 hours.
But the bench agreed to readmit her to bail, warning her that she must follow her bail conditions this time.
Little and her family are next due before the crown court for a plea and case management hearing on June 15.