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A second man has pleaded guilty to stealing lucrative rolls of copper from the Andrews government's signature Caulfield-to-Dandenong sky rail project.
Labourer Hayden Tarawa admitted to stealing six rolls of copper valued at $150,000 from the level crossing removal project in the Magistrates Court on Tuesday.
It comes as former Lendlease building supervisor Kory Oxley faced a committal hearing on Wednesday over his alleged role in authorising a team of sky rail labourers to leave the project and instead renovate the home of another manager.
Kory Oxley (sun glasses) leaves the County Court.CREDIT:JOE ARMAO
This article first appeared on www.theage.com.au
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