Case against former Agapi Care manager dropped

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Former accommodation manager and senior figure of the Greek-based care group AGAPI, Andreas Haralampidis, has been acquitted of all charges by the Magistrates Court of Victoria at Heidelberg.Mr Haralambidis was charged in July by the Darebin Crime Investigation Unit in Preston in Melbourne’s northern suburbs, for nine alleged counts of theft from the organisation, which were said to have occurred between July 1, 2011 and March 31, 2012, totalling $81,716.95.In a statement to Neos Kosmos, Mr Haralambidis’ lawyers Dandanis & Associates have disclosed the certified extract from the Heidelberg Court, which dismisses all charges on merits of the case. The court ruling was made on 26 July, 2016.In Mr Haralambidis’ defence it is worth mentioning that he has always denied all charges and proclaimed his innocence.last_img

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