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Man charged with grooming

PUBLISHED: 05:56 06 January 2010 | UPDATED: 07:13 02 July 2010

Anthony Carroll

The man was charged yesterday with sexually touching an underage girl and grooming another underage girl on the internet.

The man was charged yesterdaywith sexually touching an underage girl and grooming another underage girl on the internet.

Scott McGregor-Gill appeared at Yarmouth Magistrates Court charged with four sexual offences against underage girls in Norfolk.

It is alleged that between September 1 and November 4 McGregor-Gill, of Hawthorn Drive, Ipswich, engaged in sexual activity with a 13-year-old girl.

The 19-year-old is also charged with two counts of meeting two girls aged 13 after sexually grooming them through social internet sites such as Facebook and Bebo and through MSN messenger.

It is claimed that one of the internet grooming offences took place between January 1 and November 4 while the other charge is alleged to have happened between October 1 and December 24.

McGregor-Gill is also alleged to have caused or incited a 14-year-old girl to engage in sexual activity between October 1 and December 24.

All four offences allegedly happened in Norfolk and relate to three underage girls

Magistrates remanded McGregor-Gill into custody until January 19 when he will appear for a preliminary hearing at Norwich Crown Court.

During yesterday's hearing McGregor-Gill, who was wearing a blue jumper and shirt, only spoke to confirm his name, age and address.

The allegations against McGregor-Gill have been investigated by the Norfolk Constabulary sexual offence investigation unit.


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