Cirencester man pleads guilty to rape and sexual activity with a child

A Cirencester man has pleaded guilty to numerous sexual offences, including multiple counts of rape and sexual activity with a child.

Stephen Stuckle, of Melmore Gardens, initially denied all charges put to him, but changed his plea to a number of these during a hearing at Gloucester Crown Court on Wednesday, April 20.

The 52-year-old has now pleaded guilty to two counts of rape, two counts of indecent assault and two counts of sexual activity with a child, as well as charges of assault by penetration and sexual assault.

He will be sentenced at Gloucester Crown Court on Wednesday, June 8.

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