Court

Sentencing date draws close for former council worker on abuse material charge

Joe Colbrook
Updated June 10 2024 - 2:45pm, first published 12:00pm
Peter Anthony Denholm, who pleaded guilty to possessing child abuse material in February, leaves the Launceston Supreme Court on June 7. Picture by Paul Scambler
Peter Anthony Denholm, who pleaded guilty to possessing child abuse material in February, leaves the Launceston Supreme Court on June 7. Picture by Paul Scambler

Supreme Court cases against two men - one a former council worker charged for possessing child abuse material, the other an alleged kidnapper - are set to proceed in July.

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Joe Colbrook

Joe Colbrook

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Journalist at The Examiner, covering local government and planning, breaking news and court. Send tips to joe.colbrook@austcommunitymedia.com.au. Ex-Jimboomba Times, UQ Alumni

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