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Brought to justice
A man who sexually abused two children has been jailed for 16 years thanks to work by specialist officers.
Danny Jay Storey committed a string of offences relating to children in Clacton going back to 2005.
Following a trial at Chelmsford Crown Court, on 23 November the 37 year-old, of Spenser Way, Jaywick was found guilty of:
• Four counts of rape of a child under 13;• Three counts of assault of a child under 13 by penetration;• One count of possession of an indecent photograph or pseudo photograph of a child.
He was also found guilty of one count of voyeurism and two counts of attempted voyeurism involving two women in a changing room.
At the same court yesterday (Thursday 2 December), he was sentenced to 16 years in prison with a further year on extended licence.
Following Storey’s conviction, the victim of the attempted voyeurism said:
“In some ways I felt dirty after what happened, but I am glad that Storey was identified, and the full extent of his offending was uncovered.
"The police brought that to an end. Now no-one else needs to suffer at his hands.
“I would like to thank DC Atkins-Calver for all her support and updates throughout the investigation and trial.”
Investigating officer Detective Constable Jeanine Atkins-Claver, from our Child Abuse Investigation Team, said:
“The victims in this case have all shown incredible bravery in coming forward and reporting what had happened to them.
“They have been listened to and they have been believed.
“I hope they’re able to use this result to move forward.
“Danny Jay Storey is a dangerous sexual predator and will now face the foreseeable future behind bars.
“Essex is a safer place for it.”
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