David Fry/Allan Chadwick – Teddington/Clevedon
Two men jailed following child abuse investigations – Berkshire East
The Child Abuse Investigative Unit (CAIU) in Berkshire East, whose priority is to safeguard the welfare of children, has recently secured successful convictions against two men.
David Fry, aged 31, of King Edwards Grove, Teddington, Middlesex, was jailed for a total of 14 years for 12 counts of rape and five counts of indecent assault on two girls. The offences occurred at an address in the Bracknell area.
Fry was found guilty of the 17 counts following a ten-day trial which was heard between 6 and 16 January 2009. The jury found him not guilty on two further counts of indecent assault.
Allan Chadwick, aged 60, of Chapel Hill, Clevedon, was jailed for a total of 11 years for six counts of rape and six counts of indecent assault.
Chadwick pleaded guilty to all 12 offences, which involved a female victim who was living in the Bracknell area at the time when the offences against her occurred.
Both men were jailed at Reading Crown Court on Friday 13 February 2009.
Det Insp Brian McDaid said: “These two separate convictions demonstrate just how seriously police and our partner agencies treat cases of child abuse.
“Justice has been done in both cases, and I would like to thank everyone involved for their co-operation and support – the victims, their families and the investigating officers.”