A West Heath fork lift truck driver who sexually assaulted four teenage girls has been jailed for 11 years.
On 21st February at Birmingham Crown Court, Roy Dempster aged 47, was found guilty of three counts of sexual activity with a child, two counts of sexual assault and three counts of supplying drugs, all committed between 2005 and 2015.
Dempster was arrested on 26th June 2016 after a teenage girl confessed that when she was 13-years-old he had sexually assaulted her at a New Year’s Eve Party on 31st December 2014.
Following his arrest another three women in their 20s bravely disclosed historical offences to police.
The sexual predator, Dempster, plied his victims with drugs and assaulted them at his West Heath flat between 2005 and 2007 when they were in their early teens.
DC Michelle Palmer from the Public Protection Unit said the case should send out a clear message to other victims of historical abuse.
“The victims in this case were affected for years by what had happened. It took a great deal of bravery to come forward but they decided they had to in order to prevent other young women becoming victims.
“Allegations of this nature will always be taken seriously by our officers no matter how many years have passed and I hope the lengthy sentence that has been handed out proves that it is never too late to tell your story and take a dangerous offender off the streets.”
Dempster was sentenced to 11 years in prison for three counts of sexual activity with a child and will serve seven years concurrently for sexual assault and supply of class A and class B drugs.
Roy Dempster will remain on the Sex Offenders Register for life and has been handed a sexual harm prevention order preventing him from having contact with any female under the age of 16.