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A Yukon man was found guilty earlier this week of sexually abusing two girls and acquitted on charges related to a third following a judge-alone trial.
The identity of the victims and the complainant are protected by a publication ban. Yukon Territorial Court Judge Peter Chisholm delivered his decision in a Whitehorse courtroom the morning of July 10, finding the man guilty of three counts each of sexual assault and sexual interference in relation to three incidents that took place in Ross River, Carcross and Watson Lake between and Chisholm later stayed the sexual assault charges in accordance with the Kienapple principle, which is a rule prohibiting multiple convictions for the same criminal act.
The judge acquitted the man on two counts each of sexual assault and sexual interference.
Two of those charges were related to an incident involving a third girl. The man had pleaded not guilty to all counts and, while testifying in his own defence during the trial, denied touching any of the girls for a sexual purpose and said he was upset by the allegations. The three girls also all testified at the trial. One of the girls gave detailed testimony of the man inappropriately touching her twice, Chisholm said.
One incident occurred in Ross River, the girl testified, where she had been sleeping in a bedroom with the door unlocked when she woke up to the man touching her vaginal area with his foot. The second incident took place in Carcross, where she was also sleeping when she woke up to the man rubbing her thigh over her pyjamas. She later told a family member what happened, and the family member kicked the man out of the house. Contact Jackie Hong at jackie. The two victims were both under the age of 14 when the crimes occurred.
The girl also testified about a third incident, but Chisholm acquitted the man on those charges. A sentencing hearing will be held in Watson Lake at a later date. Comments are closed. story Destruction Bay motel owners appeal human rights pantsing case. Construction underway for 87 new rental units in Whistle Bend. Yukonomist: Who should pay for the new city hall? Yukon Court of Appeal rules in favour of Vuntut Gwitchin council residency requirement.Black men sex with Carcross girl
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