Whittlesey woman and two Norfolk men arrested in dawn swoops for alleged child sexual abuse - all three in court today

PUBLISHED: 11:41 30 October 2018

Three people - including a woman from Whittlesey - have been arrested and charged with child sexual abuse. All three are appearing in court at Cambridge today. (Photo: Stock image of abuse victim posed by model),

Three people - including a woman from Whittlesey - have been arrested and charged with child sexual abuse. All three are appearing in court at Cambridge today. (Photo: Stock image of abuse victim posed by model),

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A woman from Whittlesey and two men from West Norfolk have been charged with a number of offences including child sexual abuse.

All three were arrested yesterday (Monday) after police executed four warrants across Cambridgeshire and Norfolk.

Whittlesey woman Lee Calder, 30, has been charged with sexually assaulting a girl under 13 and two counts of causing or inciting the sexual exploitation of a child under 13.

Kieran Burton, 27, of Malthouse Row, Wereham, Kings Lynn, has been charged with eight counts of making indecent images of a child, distributing indecent images of a child, possessing prohibited images of a child and causing or inciting the sexual exploitation of a child under 13.

Guy Delph, 26, of Chapel Row. Downham Market, has been charged with the rape of a girl under 13, two counts of sexually assaulting a girl under 13, three counts of causing or inciting the sexual exploitation of a child under 13 and six counts of making indecent images of a child.

All three are due to appear today (October 30) at Cambridge Magistrates’ Court.

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