The 11 men, who are expected to enter their pleas on July 14, were told a provisional trial date had been set for January 2. At an earlier hearing, Oxford Magistrates’ Court heard Shabir Dogar had been charged with three counts of conspiracy to rape a girl, rape of a girl, causing or inciting a girl to engage in sexual activity and sexual assault of a girl.
Khan was charged with three counts of conspiracy to rape a girl, two counts of rape of a girl, aiding and abetting rape of a girl and engaging in sexual activity with a girl, while Suraina was charged with three counts of conspiracy to rape a girl.
The 17 men were arrested after dawn raids in Oxford and Banbury last month as part of Operation Nautical, a police inquiry into child sexual exploitation.
Shabir Dogar, 23, of Bertie Place, Oxford, Shabaz Khan, 23, of Cosin Close, Oxford, and Joseph Suraina, 22, of Marlborough Close, Oxford, appeared at Oxford Crown Court via video link from HMP Bullingdon yesterday morning.
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Thames Valley Police say the woman, 20, was attacked outside the Moo Moo Clubrooms in Banbury, Oxfordshire.Anyone with information on the investigation has been told to call Thames Valley Police on 101.SEVERAL men accused of a catalogue of child sex offences have appeared in court.Performances at the schools got under way earlier this month and were mentioned in a report put before the police and crime panel, which met in Aylesbury on Friday.The play forms part of Oxfordshire County Council’s anti-bullying strategy and aims to give children a better understanding of online relationships.