Anglesey man who sexually assaulted girl, 14, given suspended sentence

A MAN from Anglesey has received a suspended sentence and sexual harm prevention order after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl.

Vladimir Cherasosvili, 41, of no fixed abode, was accused of touching the girl in a sexual way without her consent, or without reason to believe she was consenting.

The court also heard how alcohol was involved.

He changed his plea to guilty at Llandudno Magistrates’ Court on September 1.


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Cherasosvili was issued with a five-year sexual harm prevention order.

This includes prohibiting him from having, or attempting to have, any unsupervised contact or communication of any kind with any child younger than 16, or from using a device capable of accessing the Internet or storing digital images.

Cherasosvili, who had no previous convictions, was also required to register with the police for 10 years, and to report to St Asaph Police Station.

He was also sentenced to nine months’ imprisonment, suspended for 12 months.

No costs were imposed on Cherasosvili, a Moldovan national with no means.

North Wales Chronicle | Anglesey