A Peterborough man, who was discovered with two susceptible teenage women in his flat, has been jailed. Rashid Harif, 24, had already been hit with a slavery and trafficking order beforehand, when the lacking women, aged 14 and 15, have been found in his property.
The order particularly banned Harif from contacting and being within the presence of any youngster below 18, except ‘unavoidable as a part of affordable each day life’ based on Cambridgeshire Police.
Officers tracked the ladies’ telephones to Harif’s handle, after they have been reported lacking.
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Harif, of Dover Street, Walton, Peterborough, pleaded responsible to committing an act prohibited by trafficking or slavery and breaching his order. He was sentenced to 10 months in jail at Cambridge Crown Courtroom on Monday (6 June).
PC Lauren Easton, who investigated, stated: “Harif has proved he isn’t capable of persist with the circumstances of his order and I’m glad justice has been completed.”
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