Bail given to 40y.o Man, accused of sexually abusing a 13y.o boy

Mr Nuri, from Kellyville Ridge, in Sydney’s north-west, was arrested on Sunday and charged with having sexual intercourse without consent. Detectives from the Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad and Blacktown Police Area Command detectives executed a search warrant at Mr Nuri’s home on Sunday, when he was arrested, and taken to Riverstone Police Station.

The 40-year-old sat silent and alone in the court and didn’t speak to media outside. The case has alarmed police who are warning parents about online safety, especially during the NSW school holidays when children tend to have more access to the internet.

NSW Police allege the man met the teenager through social media (Grindr) on September 28 and began talking to him, they apparently exchanged pictures and personal details before planning to meet in person. It is understood the boy then deleted the app, on the same day, police allege the man went to the boy’s home and approached him while he was in the front yard, before pushing him to the ground and sexually assaulting him.

The attack stopped when the teenager’s mother came to his aid, and the man took off in a car. The boy was taken to Sydney’s Westmead Children’s Hospital for treatment while police began investigating.

He was granted conditional bail when he first faced court on Monday however, on Thursday (today) – the case was adjourned until mid-December 2018. As part of his bail conditions, Mr Nuri was forced to surrender his passport; advise of details of any mobie phone in his possession; regularly report to police and not contact or go within 500m of the alleged victim’s Doonside address.

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