Man due to be sentenced today after admitting sexual assault

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Man due to be sentenced today after admitting sexual assault

A man who was accused of breaking into a woman's house and sexually assaulting her has admitted sexual assault and is awaiting sentencing. 

Luke Edwards, 33, of Prince of Wales Road, Kingsbridge, appeared before Plymouth Crown Court on the 27 July 2022 and was found not guilty to trespassing on a premises with intent to commit a sexual activity, and admitted sexual assault on a female.

The case was adjourned until 29 July 2022 for sentencing.

Edwards had been charged with sexual assault and trespassing with intent and appeared at Plymouth Magistrates Court on Monday, December 27, after he was alleged to have entered a property without consent, got into bed with the occupier and sexually assaulted them late on Christmas Day night.

He was then arrested at his flat at 3.15am on Boxing Day morning. 

 

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