Posts Tagged ‘Riverland’


 

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http://www.abc.net.au/news/2009-03-10/knife-rapist-jailed-until-2014/1614278

Knife rapist jailed until 2014

Updated 10 Mar 2009, 12:35pm

An Adelaide court has heard that a rapist subjected two Riverland women to a terrifying and horrific ordeal.

Trevor William Wilson, 27, had pleaded guilty to serious criminal trespass and rape.

District Court judge Steven Millsteed said Wilson broke into the women’s house at Berri in December 2005 and raped them at knifepoint.

Judge Millsteed sentenced Wilson to 10 years in jail, backdated to February last year.

He will be eligible for parole in 2014.

 

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Posted: June 2, 2014 by Serendipity in South Australia
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http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2009/01/23/2472927.htm

Jail for man who had sex with 12yo girl

Posted Fri Jan 23, 2009 11:38am AEDT

A man has been sentenced in South Australia’s District Court to nine years in jail for having unlawful sex with a girl.

Frederick Morris Sumner, 46, from Murray Bridge had pleaded guilty to three counts of unlawful sexual intercourse at locations in the Riverland.

Judge Gordon Barrett told Sumner his offending was extremely serious, involving violence, threats and humiliation of the 12-year-old victim.

Judge Barrett set a non-parole period of four years.


 

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2005-03-29/teacher-jailed-for-sex-with-students/1541872

Teacher jailed for sex with students

Updated Wed Mar 30, 2005 1:01pm AEST

A 35-year-old former Riverland teacher convicted of having sex with two teenage students has been jailed for six years by a District Court judge in Adelaide.

Kym William Slater of Craigmore pleaded guilty to one count of indecent assault and five counts of unlawful sexual intercourse whilst a teacher at Glossop High School.

His two victims were girls aged 16 and 17.

Judge David Bright said Slater had an established career as a physical education teacher and was well regarded, but a marriage breakdown brought on depression and he allowed himself to do something he knew was wrong.

Judge Bright said the courts would not tolerate teachers abusing the trust placed in them.

He set a non-parole period of three-and-a-half years.

 

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