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This man rugby tackled a woman to the ground and threatened her with a knife with the intent to sexually assault her. A woman aged in her 50s from Surrey, was walking along the South West Coast path just outside Lyme Regis when she heard a man running toward her from behind at approximately 3pm on Saturday, August 29, Bournemouth Crown Court heard how Vytautas Ausrota, aged 30 and of Plymouth, approached the victim and rugby tackled her to the ground and knelt on top of her.
The victim saw he was holding an orange penknife with the blade out. Moments later, two members of the public approached and the victim asked them for help. They told Ausrota they would call the police if he did not get off her. The defendant got up and left the scene. Police were contacted and a search of the area was launched. After 8. He was arrested in Broad Street and arrested. Ausrota pleaded guilty to threatening with an offensive weapon, committing an offence with the intent to commit a sexual offence and assault by beating.
Ausrota was sentenced to a total of three years and four months in prison and made the subject of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order for an indefinite period. James Connell Loveman raped year-old girl and then cycled away from the scene. James Loveman. Loveman, of Portland, was convicted of charges of rape and assault by penetration following a trial at Bournemouth Crown Court in September.
The victim, who was 11 at the time of the incident, was with her Single woman want real sex Poole friend and they had spent the evening walking around Portland. At around 1. Once he was alone with the victim, Loveman sexually assaulted her and then raped her before riding off on his bike in the direction of Weston. Adrian Cordery. Rapist Adrian Cordery was jailed for 15 years for viciously attacking a year-old girl at knifepoint in Dorchester. He was told he will serve 15 years in jail and will be subject to an extended licence period of a further eight years. The judge called it a 'shocking' crime and praised the victim in the case for her bravery as well as the police investigation which led to Cordery being arrested.
Full story of how Dorchester rapist was brought to justice. He attacked the girl on a school playing field as she walked back from her part-time job at night. A jury unanimously found him guilty of rape, along with another charge of threatening with a knife relating to the attack in fields on Barnes Way on December 5, Weymouth man groomed underage girl - and continued to see and message victim despite being on bail.
Matthew Cheshire. Matthew Lucas Cheshire, aged 21 and of Ranelagh Road in Weymouth, admitted three offences of causing or inciting to engage in sexual activity and a charge of sexual activity with at Bournemouth Crown Court. Cheshire — who was 20 at the time — was first arrested by officers from Dorset Police on August 6, following a report from a third party that he had been involved in a sexual relationship with a year-old girl who he had contacted over social media. When he was interviewed, the defendant said he had been in contact with her over social media but denied any sexual contact or communication.
Cheshire was released on police bail and his phone was seized for examination. It revealed messages exchanged between the defendant and the year-old girl involving sexualised content and there were references to sexual activity that had taken place between them. He was further arrested on September 10, following reports that he had been seen with the girl, in breach of his bail conditions. It was also found that Cheshire had continued to message the girl in a further breach of the terms of his bail.
He was sentenced to a total of four years and two months in prison with an extended licence period of a further two years. The defendant was also Single woman want real sex Poole subject to a sexual harm prevention order for a period of 10 years. Peter Barney. Barney was ly sentenced in March to three years in prison for an offence of assault by penetration and was made the subject of a Sexual Offences Prevention Order for an indefinite period. The offence had been committed while he was carrying out work as a gardener and the order imposed by the court stated that he could not be alone in the course of his employment with any female not related to him in any property or garden.
On March 11 last year a woman was alone at her Wimborne home when Barney, aged 59, of Verwood Road, knocked on the front door and asked if she wanted any gardening work done. As they spoke in the porch and the front garden, initially the woman did not recognise him but she came to realise that she did know him and had been made aware ly of the order he was subject to.
As the woman went to call her husband, Barney left her garden and she heard a vehicle drive away. At court he admitted breaching the order, but denied making a comment about her eyes and claimed much of the interaction took place on the pavement outside her property rather than in her garden. At sentencing, Barney was also made subject to a new Sexual Harm Prevention Order and a restraining order was put in place to protect the victim.
Both orders will run until further notice. Mohammad Abdullah pushed victim to floor and held her by throat in attempted rape. This man attempted to rape a young woman after punching her in the face during a terrifying attack in Weymouth town centre. Mohammad Abdullah, aged 23 and of no fixed abode, was sentenced at Winchester Crown Court to seven years in prison in after being found guilty of attempted rape at an earlier trial at the same court.
Dorset Police said the incident took place at around 4. As they reached a block of flats, Abdullah forced his victim into a communal hallway and pushed her to the floor before holding her by the throat when she screamed for help. He then punched her twice to the face as she tried to get away and forced her to the floor again, holding her arm behind her back.
Abdullah attempted to undress his victim but a passer-by heard her screams and went to her aid. The defendant fled the scene. Police were called and officers attended. Following enquiries, Abdullah was arrested at an address in Poole the following day. He initially gave Single woman want real sex Poole age as Darren Martyn Shaw. Darren Martyn Shaw, aged 35 and of Talbot Road, Bournemouth, was sentenced at Bournemouth Crown Court on Monday March 22 after admitting an offence of assault by penetration at an earlier hearing at the same court.
The victim, who was 18 at the time, went out with friends on the evening of Tuesday, January 1,in Bournemouth town centre. The victim went to sleep, and she woke at around 7am to find the defendant sexually assaulting her. She woke her boyfriend and told him what had happened.
Police were called and officers attended the address, where Shaw was arrested. Neil Glover. This man held a gun to a woman's head as he raped her - and was handed an extended sentence after a judge deemed him to be dangerous. Neil Glover was sentenced to 18 years behind bars for two offences of rape, assault by penetration and possessing an imitation firearm with intent to commit rape. The year-old was issued with an extended period of licence to run for seven years, meaning Judge Jonathan Fuller QC sentenced him to a total of 25 years at a hearing on Friday, January 8. He was also made subject to a Sexual Harm Prevention Order and placed on the sex offenders' register for an indefinite period.
The defendant, of no fixed abode, had made contact with the victim, a woman aged in her 50s, to book a massage appointment at her address in Christchurch on the evening of Monday, February 10, last year. During the course of the massage Glover forcibly touched the victim inappropriately without her consent.
She managed to stop Glover, to which he then immediately apologised. Following further apologies from the defendant, he asked for another appointment that was eventually agreed to by the victim. He visited her address again two days later on Wednesday, February During the appointment, when the victim had her back to him, Glover pulled out what she believed to be a gun and held it to her head.
The matter was reported to police by the victim the following day and Glover was arrested at the Bournemouth address he was staying in. During a search of the premises officers found five imitation firearms, including a replica pistol that matched the description given by the victim. When interviewed by officers Glover claimed that all the sexual activity had been consensual but made no comment to questions around the use of the firearm.
James Jewell. Jewell was sentenced after admitting six counts of inciting to engage in sexual activity, aiding and abetting the sexual assault of and aiding and abetting Single woman want real sex Poole offender to engage in sexual activity with. He was also sentenced for three counts of making indecent images of and two counts of distributing indecent images of. The charges related to offences which occurred in Greenhithe and Tunbridge Wells between November and July where Jewell encouraged two women he met online to carry out sexual abuse of children. Concerns were raised on 20 July after videos were found by a friend on a mobile phone of her abusing.
She was also found to have shared these videos via an instant messaging app with Jewell. The defendant, who has a history of violence against women, drank vodka and took cocaine on April 21, before the attack started at his home address.
She hid one bottle of vodka and tired to take another bottle away from him. He was behaving like a complete and utter animal. That left an imprint on her face. The court heard how Ackers then punched Ms Ackers and bit her between her eyes, taking a chunk out her face. He looks like a Bassett and always will be a Bassett. Mitigating, Nick Robinson said Ackers grew up in a violent environment, watching his mother be beaten by his step-father.
Ackers had initially entered a not guilty plea to causing GBH with intent, but changed his plea after a jury was sworn in at his trial last month. Mr Pawson sentenced Ackers to eight and half years in prison for the assault on his mother, just under six years for the assault on Ms Bassett and two months for breaching a restraining order in place on Ms Bassett. He will also serve an additional 18 months on licence. He would serve the sentences concurrently, meaning he will spend eight and a half years behind bars. We want our comments to be a lively and valuable part of our community - a place where readers can debate and engage with the most important local issues.
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