The Royal Court in Northampton, the UK, Found Two Moldovan Citizens Guilty of Rape and Sexual Assault

The Royal Court in Northampton, the UK, Found Two Moldovan Citizens Guilty of Rape and Sexual Assault
28 September 2020 | 09:09

Two Moldovans living in the UK, in the city of Northampton, are guilty of kidnapping, rape, and sexual assault, in three separate incidents at the end of last year, announces Northampton Police.

Two Moldovans living in the UK, in the city of Northampton, are guilty of kidnapping, rape, and sexual assault, in three separate incidents at the end of last year, announces Northampton Police.

These are 21-year-old Trofim Midoni and 24-year-old Valeriu Frunza, both settled in England, both found guilty of several crimes following a trial that lasted eight days at the Royal Court from Northampton.

According to the testimonies, in the first incident, the men allegedly beat and sexually assaulted a woman in their car. The second woman was sexually assaulted and beaten in the men’s car, then abandoned in a field. The men then abducted another woman and raped her.

The three victims reported the incident to the local police, which launched an investigation immediately.

Midoni and Frunza were detained shortly after the incidents.

After testifying in court, both men were found guilty.

The two Moldovan citizens will be sentenced on November 20 at the Royal Court in Northampton.

Two men have today (Friday, September 25) been found guilty of kidnap, rape and sexual assault, after three separate…

Geplaatst door Northamptonshire Police op Vrijdag 25 september 2020
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