Google Street View Thirteen people have appeared in court charged in connection with an investigation into historical child sex offences.
All the offences are said to have happened in the West Midlands between 2008 and 2016.
The hearings at Birmingham Magistrates’ Court on Monday, were conducted in line with social distancing because of the number of defendants charged.
James Evans, 35, of Eyland Grove, Walsall, is accused of 27 charges in all, including several child rape allegations, inciting youngsters to sexual activity, and sexual assaults against children.
Natasha Webb, 34, of Tettenhall Road, Wolverhampton, is accused of 18 charges in all, including inciting a child to sexual activity and sexually assaulting children.
David Baker, 39, of Park Avenue, Willenhall, Walsall, is accused of 15 charges in all, including allegations he raped children under the age of 13.
Tracy Baker, 38, also of Park Avenue, Walsall, is accused of 11 charges in all, including sexual assaults against children and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.Mark Smith, 32, of Bloxwich Road, Walsall, is facing 12 charges including allegations he raped a child under the age of 13.Kirsty Webb, 33, also of Bloxwich Road, is facing 10 charges including multiple counts of inciting a boy under the age of 13 to sexual activity.Pamela Howells, 65, of Saw Mill Close, Walsall, is charged with six offences, including three counts of inciting boys under 13 to sexual activity.Stephen Webb, 62, of Whitmore Street, Walsall, who appeared in court in a wheelchair, is facing eight charges including sexual touching […]
13 people appear in Birmingham court charged with historic child sex offences
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