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Murder Charge 14 Years Later


FOURTEEN years after tiny Evelyn Greenup mysteriously disappeared, the tiny Aboriginal mission where she grew up on the outskirts of Bowraville could now be a step closer to closure.
Police revealed yesterday they had charged Jay Thomas Hart, 39, with the murder of Evelyn, whose remains were located in bushland on the outskirts of the Mid-North Coast town in 1991.
Under the terms of the ex-offico indictment, Hart will remain free until he is ordered to appear in court, on a date yet to be determined.
Before making the announcement, homicide squad detectives on Tuesday visited the small community where the news was met with a mixed reaction by Evelyn's mother Rebecca Stadhams and her grandmother Patricia Stadhams.
"This has been a long process for them," Detective Inspector Gary Jubelin said. "There is a lot of sadness but they appeared satisfied that there has been some progress made with the case."
In a coronial hearing last year, Coroner John Abernethy was told that on the night of Evelyn's disappearance in October 1990, Patricia Stadhams heard her screaming for her mother in a room where she, her two brothers and her mother had been sleeping.
Mrs Stadhams went to see if Evelyn was all right but could not open the door.
Evelyn's cries ceased with an "odd sound".

The Daily Telegraph (12-5-2005)
Steve Gee


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