Former Geraldton deputy mayor sentenced for stealing $3million from Native Title Fund

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Former Geraldton deputy mayor Thomas Grahame Greenaway has been sentenced to prison for six-years after he “abused a position of trust” and stole almost $3million from a Native Title fund.

Greenaway was sentenced in Geraldton District Court on November 4. He will serve 6 years and 4 months for 33 counts of stealing and one count of fraud reported The Geraldton Guardian.

In August, the prosecution said that Greenaway had “abused a position of trust” by using the Yugunga-Nya People’s Trust as his “own personal ATM machine” between June 2013 and March 2017.