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The girlfriends of two sky rail builders charged with falsifying timesheets and stealing copper from the Victorian government project are also now facing charges.
The charges come as allegations have emerged that one of the couples spentthe proceeds on a holiday to the Gold Coast.
Sky rail worker Kory Oxley and his partner Janelle Green are alleged to have used money stolen from the sky rail project on a trip to the Gold Coast.CREDIT:FACEBOOK
Victoria Police seized a luxury car from Kory Oxley, who was charged with directing his taxpayer-funded sky rail labourers to allegedly renovate his boss's home, and masterminding a wage fraud racket costing up to $200,000 on the $1.6 billion Caulfield-to-Dandenong level crossing removal project.
Police allege that he bought a new boat and caravan with the stolen cash.
Mr Oxley's girlfriend, Janelle Green, faces more than a dozen criminal charges relating to neglectful dealing in the proceeds of crime and dealing in property suspected to be proceeds of crime.
She is the second girlfriend of a sky rail worker to face charges.
Birdie Nauer – the partner of sky rail worker Hayden Tarawa, who pleaded guilty to stealing six rolls of copper valued at $150,000– has been charged with obtaining property by deception.
This article first appeared on www.theage.com.au
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