Rhyl teen admits kidnap and rape of 62-year-old dog walker
A teenager from Rhyl has admitted kidnapping and raping a 62-year-old woman at a beach as she walked her dog.
The victim needed hospital treatment following the attack at Pensarn Beach near Abergele at the end of August.
Defendant Jack Karl Thomas Williams, 18, appeared in the dock at Mold Crown Court, for a plea hearing this morning.
He hesitated on a number of occasions and then whispered guilty pleas to the charges put to him after his barrister Matthew Curtis spoke to him.
Williams, of Mount Road in Rhyl, pleaded guilty to kidnapping the woman, holding her against her will on the beach,... read more
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