Cambridgeshire man, 36, found guilty of 30 sexual offences against six children following four-week trial
A Cambridgeshire man has been found guilty of 30 sexual offences against six children after a four-week trial.
Paul Chisnall of Bretton, Peterborough was arrested after police received information about the ‘historical sexual abuse’ of two of the female children between 2002 and 2010.
The court heard how Chisnall would sexually abuse the girls, including rape, when they were as young as six.
The victims, which included three further girls and a boy who came forward after the initial disclosures were made, ranged from six to 13 when they were abused.
On Thursday (May 31), the jury at Cambridge Crown Court returned guilty verdicts on 29 out of the 30 charges and today (June 1) further deliberated over a final charge, coming back with a unanimous guilty verdict.
The charges were:
• Five counts of rape
• Seven counts of rape of a child under 13
• Five counts of indecent assault
• One count of assault by penetration
• Three counts of sexual assault of a child under 13
• Two counts of indecency with a child
• Three counts of causing a child under 13 to engage in sexual activity
• Three counts of assault of a child under 13 by penetration
• One count of taking indecent images of a child
Chisnall is due to be sentenced on July 13 at Cambridge Crown Court.