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Charges brought in child sexual exploitation inquiry
Added on 19 October 2015 at 11:32
Seven men have been charged following an investigation into child sexual offences in Bristol.
The charges follow a series of warrants which were executed at four locations in Bristol and an address in Newport, South Wales, in May.
The offences we’ve been investigating are alleged to have happened in the Bristol area between 2009 and 2013 against seven girls, who were aged between 12 and 15 at the time.
Two of these girls are being supported by Barnardo’s Against Sexual Exploitation (BASE).
The Crown Prosecution Service has now authorised the following charges:
- Mohammed Dahir Osman AKA Iman, 28, of Newport in South Wales, has been charged with five counts of rape and he has been released on bail to appear before Bristol Magistrates’ Court on 20 October.
- Abdirahman Galal AKA Ramsey, 25, of Redcliffe, Bristol, has been charged with three counts of rape of a child under 13. His last hearing was at Bristol Crown Court on 1 October and he will next appear at the same court on 10 November.
- Mohammed Ismail Dahir AKA Kamal, 23, has been charged with eight counts of rape. He appeared at Bristol Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday (14/10) and was remanded in custody to appear before Bristol Crown Court on 10 November.
- Sakariya Hassan Sheikh AKA Zak, 22, has been charged with 24 counts including rape, sexual assault, trafficking and supply of class B drugs. He appeared at Bristol Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday (14/10) and was remanded in custody to appear before Bristol Crown Court on 10 November.
More here. H/T: Buck