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WA Sex Assault Squad detectives have charged a 31-year-old male from Shelley with a further 17 offenses relating to drink spiking allegations.
It is alleged that between February and March 2022, the 31-year-old drugged 5 women that he met on various dating sites, and while on dates with them, he sexually assaulted them while they were unconscious. A statement by police says, “It will be alleged whilst the man was on a date with the women at either licensed premises or his home, he put a substance in their drinks causing them to become incapacitated before sexually assaulting them,” 

One of the women, a 19-year-old, was allegedly assaulted at the home of his parents where he lives. Another woman, aged 22, met him at the Bobeche Bar in Brookfield Place on St George’s Terrace in Perth. It is alleged that he spiked her drink there and she then passed out in his car. Upon coming to, she got out of his car at a set of traffic lights and found a security guard at the Bull Creek train station, where she explained what happened to her. Toxicology reports determined that her “urine was positive for MDMA and pholcodine, an opioid cough suppressant, neither of which she had taken voluntarily”, a police prosecutor told the court at the time. 

Further to his previous arrest, the 31-year-old from Shelley has been charged with: “Seven counts of Sexual Penetration without Consent; Four counts of Stupefying in Order to Commit an Indictable Offence; Two counts of Common Assault; Two counts of Supplied a Prohibited Drug. One count of Impeded Another Person’s Normal Breathing or Blood Circulation by Applying Pressure to Neck; and One count of Unlawful and Indecent Assault.” police say. 

He is due to appear before the Perth Magistrates Court today, 14 April 2022.
The case is ongoing and anyone with information regarding the assaults is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au. 

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