Bracknell man sentenced to 13 years’ in prison for historic child sexual offences inc rapes
A man from Bracknell has been sentenced to 13 years in prison after being convicted of historic sexual offences.
Ronald Eagles, 75, from Viking, was sentenced at Reading Crown Court last Friday (2) after being convicted of two rapes and two indecent assaults against two girls during the 1970s and 1980s.
Eagles had pleaded guilty to all the offences at a hearing in the same court on March 31, and was remanded in custody until his sentencing.
Speaking after the sentencing, investigating officer Det Con Eddie Hurley of the Child Abuse Investigation Unit said: “I would like to thank the victims for supporting the prosecution in what must have inevitably been an extremely difficult time for them to recall.
“This sentence demonstrates that all sexual offences, including those which are historic, are taken…
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