THREE people have been charged amid an investigation into the kidnap and indecent assault of a teenage girl in the 1990s.
Helen Thompson, 43, of Morris Close, Rugby, has been charged with the kidnap of the girl in Rugby in 1998.
Raymond Nathaniel Dickens, 53, of Langdale Close, Rugby and Balbir Jhutti, 57, of Horse Shoe Road, Coventry have been charged with indecently assaulting the girl in Leicestershire in 1997.
All three will appear at Warwick Magistrates Court on December 20.
Peter Livingstone Jones, 55, of Wheelwright Lane, Coventry, was previously charged with raping the girl and another girl in Rugby in 1998, one count of kidnapping the girl in Rugby in 1998 and one count of possession of a firearm with intent to cause fear of violence in relation to an alleged incident involving the girl in 1998.
He was also charged with possession of bladed article in a public place in connection with an alleged incident on Wednesday November 8 this year.
Jones appeared at Warwick Magistrates Court on Friday November 10 where he was remanded to appear at Warwick Magistrates Court on December 11 on the charge of possession of a bladed article. He will appear at Warwick Crown Court on December 14 in connection with the other charges.
Warwickshire Police’s Major Investigation Unit has set up a dedicated phone number and e-mail address for anyone affected by this investigation. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01788 853956 (8am-4pm, Monday to Friday) with information, quoting incident 36 of November 8. Leave a message if the phone line goes to voicemail and someone will call back.