Night Stalker’ to enter plea
PUBLISHED: 13:46 03 June 2010 | UPDATED: 11:19 12 August 2010
A 52-YEAR-OLD accused of being the Night Stalker is expected to answer a plea next Thursday.
A 52-YEAR-OLD accused of being the 'Night Stalker' is expected to answer a plea next Thursday.
Jehovah's Witness Delroy Grant, of Brockely Mews, Brockley, faces 22 charges including rape and sexual assault of elderly people spanning a 17-year period.
He is due to enter a plea at Inner London Crown Court next Thursday.
The father-of-seven is charged with five counts of rape, six counts of indecent assault, 10 burglaries and one burglary with intent to rape.
He had been due to enter a plea on April 30 but the case was adjourned for legal argument. He was charged on November 22 last year.
The offences took place across south London between 1992 and 2009 and include attacks in Orpington, Bromley and Beckenham.
Police have scrupulously gathered statements and video evidence from victims over the years fearing that many would not be able to appear in court because of their age.
Six potential victims have died in the time it has taken for anyone to be charged.
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