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Kingdon stole more than $53,500 from four Commonwealth Bank trust accounts set up after Coffin Cheater gang member Marc Chabriere was gunned down in 1998 and fellow Coffin Cheater Richard Vickers was killed in 2000.

The mother of a notorious Perth bikie has spoken in support of her son's partner who is awaiting sentencing for stealing trust funds from the children of two dead bikies.

Tammy Cherie Kingdon, partner of Finks member Troy Mercanti, was due to be sentenced in the Perth District Court on Monday after she was found guilty on four counts of stealing and one count of property laundering.

However, Judge Henry Wisbey had Kingdon's sentencing postponed until Wednesday so he could consider submissions by prosecutor Carmel Barbagallo and defence lawyer Stephen Shirrefs.

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Kingdon, 34, was to have been sentenced on two previous occasions but for various reasons the matter was adjourned.

As the sole carer of her two sons with Mercanti, who has been in prison since December 2008, Kingdon has been on bail.

Kingdon stole more than $53,500 from four Commonwealth Bank trust accounts set up after Coffin Cheater gang member Marc Chabriere was gunned down in 1998 and fellow Coffin Cheater Richard Vickers was killed in 2000."

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