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Duo to be sentenced over green grocer's murder next week

A NORTH Coast man and woman will be sentenced together next week for the parts they played in the 2010 murder of a Glen Innes green grocer.

Adrian Trevett was killed at a Red Range butter factory in October, 2010.

His body was found in a national park near Tenterfield in January last year.

Grafton's David Comber and two others - Karen Dawson and her son Matthew Aquilina - were charged with murder.

Casino woman Deborah Grant was charged with hindering the murder investigation.

Comber, Grant, Aquilina and another woman, Christine Weston who is charged with accessory after the fact, appeared in Sydney's Supreme Court this week.

They will be sentenced next Friday, December 7.

Dawson will be sentenced in March next year.

Topics:  court, glen innes, murder




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