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Man linked to Wangaratta death given new chance to rehabilitate | The Border Mail

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A man linked to a Wangaratta murder has avoided jail after breaching a treatment order following his release and committing further offences. Supreme Court Justice Michael Croucher said it was in everyone’s interest for Phillip Dunn to continue to receive support for his issues in the community. The Ryan Avenue resident had initially been charged with murdering Nathan Day, 35, at a home a short distance from his own. Mr Day had his throat cut on July 26, 2018, and his body was found in a shallow grave six weeks later. The murder charge against Dunn was later dropped and he instead pleaded guilty to assisting Darcy McNamara with the murder. Dunn was released from jail last October on a corrections order, which…



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