Men deny child sex offences in 3 separate cases

| 25/03/2019
Cayman News Service

Cayman Islands courts

(CNS): Three men who appeared in Grand Court on Friday accused of molesting young children in three separate and unrelated cases all denied the allegations and will now be tried later in the year. For legal reasons the men cannot be named at this stage, but each one is charged with offences that in some cases relate to family members and range from making children watch pornography to rape. In one case, a 54-year-old Jamaican resident of George Town is accused of 15 separate sexual offences against three different children, all under the age of 12 years old.

Trials have been set for the summer in two of the cases, one for a resident of Cayman Brac accused of two offences that reportedly occurred at the Brac Reef resort, the other for a George Town man charged with one count of gross indecency. In the most serious of the cases, the man remains under investigation in connection with further allegations and a trial date has not yet been fixed.

All three men have been bailed.

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