Ten face child sex exploitation claims after Banbury raids
Ten men have been charged with 56 offences following police raids related to child sexual exploitation claims.
Warrants were carried out at addresses in Banbury, Oxfordshire, on Tuesday before further arrests were made on Wednesday.
The men were arrested on suspicion of rape and other offences relating to three females between 2008 and 2015.
Eight of the men – seven from Banbury and one from Birmingham – appeared before Oxford magistrates earlier.
Oxford child sex abuse raids: Seven men charged
Seven men have been charged in connection with a major child sexual exploitation investigation in Oxford.
Police officers carried out arrests on Thursday in connection with alleged sex offences against females which occurred between 2008 and 2015.
Six men were charged with the rape of a girl under 16 as well as other sexual offences, while a seventh man was charged with conspiracy to rape.
Six men – all from Oxford – will appear before Oxford magistrates.
Seven men charged with child rape offences after county-wide operation
SEVEN men have been charged for rape offences as part of a child sexual exploitation [CSE] police operation across the county and remanded in custody.
The arrests on Thursday were carried out as part of Operation Nautical, an investigation by Thames Valley Police into non-recent CSE in Oxfordshire.
Shabir Dogar, 22, of Bertie Place, Oxford, has been charged with three offences of conspiracy to rape a girl under the age of 16, one rape of a girl under the age of 16, one offence of causing or inciting a girl under 13 to engage in sexual activity and one offence of sexual assault on a female over 13 by penetration