Tag Archives: Victorian Director of Public Prosecutions

FRESH EVIDENCE IMPLICATES POLICE OFFICERS IN THE MURDER OF ADELE BAILEY

July 27 2010 – The 32-year mystery over the murder of transsexual prostitute Adele Bailey has taken a dramatic twist, with explosive new evidence implicating several former officers being given to the Office of Police Integrity. OPI investigators have been … Continue reading

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TRIPLE KILLER FACES QUIZ FOR MURDER NO.4 – Wednesday July 31 2013

– Detectives have been granted up to five hours, but no more, to quiz serial killer Peter Dupas over the 1997 stabbing death of grandmother Kathleen Downes. Detective Sergeant Michael Daly told Melbourne Magistrates Court Dupas was a prime suspect. … Continue reading

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KILLER FACES MURDER CHARGE – Tuesday July 30 2013

– Serial killer Peter Dupas could face another murder charge over the stabbing death of grandmother Kathleen Downes. Detectives will today appear in Melbourne Magistrates Court to apply to interview Dupas in Barwon Prison. For several years police have been … Continue reading

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WIFE AT HIS SIDE AS MILNE FRONTS COURT- Saturday July 6 2013

– Footballer Stephen Milne’s wife stood by him as he faced his first court appearance after being charged with the rape of a teenage girl. The 33-year-old forward is accused of raping the then 19-year-old at the home of Leigh … Continue reading

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OWNERS COULD BE CHARGED OVER WALL FALL AS GROCON UNDER FIRE – Saturday March 30 2013

– The owner of the Carlton development site where two pedestrians were killed – and – possibly some workers there – could face criminal prosecution if investigators determine the accident was caused by negligence. Worksafe and detectives from the Melbourne … Continue reading

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DPP WARNS OF TOUGHER LINE ON CROP HOUSES – Tuesday March 12 2013

– Victoria’s director of Public Prosecutions has declared his intention to act severely against the organisers of large-scale, syndicate-based marijuana crop houses. DPP John Champion, SC, has signalled the tougher stand by uplifting a case against a senior syndicate member … Continue reading

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ELITE COPS’ FURY AT CORONER – Sunday February 10 2013

– Four Special Operations Group police officers involved in the fatal shooting of a man wanted for murder have taken the sensational step of asking a coroner to disqualify herself from the ongoing inquest. Coroner Jane Hendtlass had heard 14 … Continue reading

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