Prison sentence 'inevitable' for Dorchester man after abducting girl

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A MAN who admitted abducting a 14-year-old girl and engaging in sexual activity with her has been warned a prison sentence is ‘inevitable’.

Andrew Mark Dolman, 30, appeared at Dorchester Crown Court where he admitted a charge of abducting a child between August 4 and August 7.

He also admitted an offence of sexual activity with a child between the same dates, which related to the same young girl.

The case was adjourned for a pre-sentence report to be prepared and Dolman, of Trinity Street, Dorchester, was remanded in custody until his sentence hearing on November 9.

Judge Roger Jarvis warned the defendant: “Plain it is you appreciate you have made an admission to two very serious allegations, prison is inevitable.”

The judge also ordered that Dolman be placed on the sex offenders register.

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