|October 19th, 2016||#1|
Sex pest Abdullah Kaya guilty of sexually assaulting teen outside Wishaw town centre kebab shop
A pervert, who sexually assaulted a teenage girl outside a Wishaw kebab shop over a five month period, will be sentenced next month.
Sex pest Abdullah Kaya was found guilty of the vile attack after standing trial at Hamilton Sheriff Court earlier this month.
The court heard how sick Kaya kissed the 16-year-old on the face, touched her on the body, sat on top of her, exposed his private parts to her and ejaculated on her clothing between November 1 2013 and March 31 2014.
The 35-year-old, of Stanfield Place, Newarthill, committed the crime within the car park of Istanbul Kebab Shop in Stewarton Street.
The case was deferred for reports to be carried out.
Kaya will return to Hamilton Sheriff Court on November 22 to be sentenced.
Earlier this month The Wishaw Press reported how one sex crime takes place every day in North Lanarkshire.
Crimes of a sexual nature including rape, attempted rape and sex attacks shot up by 4.6 per cent in a year.
A total of 405 sex crimes occurred in the local authority area between April 1 2015 to March 31 2016, compared to 387 from the same 12-month period in 2014-15.
Airdrie and Shotts MSP Alex Neil said: “Sexual crimes are completely unacceptable and are something that Police Scotland and the Scottish Government take very seriously.
“While higher levels of crime of this nature is broadly in line with UK trends and may in part be a reflection of the increased level of confidence the public has in reporting this type of crime to the police.
“It is important that we continue to tackle sexual crime and take tough action to ensure perpetrators are brought to justice.”
Sex crimes in Scotland have reached their highest level since 1971.
The situation across the whole of Scotland was even more disturbing as crimes of a sexual nature recorded by police throughout the country soared by seven per cent, with 10,273 cases in 2015-16.
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