Banbury area man found guilty of multiple child sex offences
A man near Banbury has been found guilty of multiple sex offences involving a child.
A jury found Daniel Mark Flower, aged 25, of Middleton Cheney, guilty of four sex offences in Northampton Crown Court today, Thursday February 4.
He was being tried for six counts and was found guilty of four counts. The offences happened in April 2018.
He was found guilty of two counts of sexual assault and two counts of sexual activity. He was found not guilty of two further sexual assaults.
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Daniel Flower was denied a request for bail and was remanded into custody by the court until his sentencing.
He will be sentenced on March 4 in Northamptonshire Crown Court.