11 Year Sentence in Non-Recent Rape Case

January 29, 2016

Megan Rhys prosecuted a man who was found guilty of the non-recent rape and sexual assault of three schoolgirls who were aged between nine and 12.

Following a six-day trial at Sheffield Crown Court, Jeffrey Wragg was found guilty by a jury of 19 offences, which took place between 2003 and 2007.

He was sentenced to 11 years for one count of rape and one of attempted rape. He was also given sentences ranging from five to six years for 17 other sexual offences; which will run concurrently alongside the 11-year sentence.

The case was covered on the BBC news website and the Sheffield Star.