– faces court today
A 40-year old man who was arrested on Thursday last for sexually molesting a for allegedly molesting a 10-year-old girl at her residence in Herstelling, East Bank Demerara (EBD) while her mother was not at home, is expected to face the court today.
Apart from being accused of molesting the 10-year old, the suspect is also expected to face charges relating to the sexual assault of his two daughters.
The man was held by irate villagers, who “thrashed” him and then handed him over to the police, after the mother of the child reported the matter at the Providence Police Station.
By the time police ranks arrived to arrest the man, he was badly beaten.
Based on revelations made by the 10-year old victim during the course of the investigations, the police learnt that the man told the child that he normally did the same to his two daughters.
According to reports, the child was taken to have a medical examination, which confirmed that she was sexually molested.
The man’s 15 and 12-year-old daughters were also questioned and taken to have medical examinations on Friday.
Their tests also confirmed that they were sexually molested.
A source explained that “the girls had vaginal and anal sex as well”.
This newspaper understands that the younger daughter is denying that her father committed these acts, even though the medical examination proved that she was sexually active.
The Kaieteur News was told by a relative of the man that the older daughter admitted that her father was guilty of the offence and that she was threatened.
The man who has been charged with carnal knowledge of the young girls is scheduled to make his court appearance tomorrow at the Providence Magistrate’s Court.
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