Geraldton man accused of $2.9 million theft makes brief court appearance

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A Geraldton man accused of stealing about $2.9 million from a native title claim trust account made a brief appearance in court this morning.

Graham Greenaway, 68, is accused of stealing the funds to partly purchase the lease of a Geraldton hotel.

He is charged with stealing as a servant was not required to enter a plea when he faced Geraldton Magistrate’s Court.

Magistrate Chris Miocevich granted a request from Mr Greenaway’s lawyer George Giudice for an adjournment until next Thursday, January 16, for legal advice.

Asked if he understood the charge, Mr Greenaway said he did.

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Mr Miocevich extended Mr Greenaway’s bail.

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