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The eight to 15-year-old victims were abused by Daines in several small western Queensland towns.Abused Child Trust spokeswoman Jane Anderson says it is extremely sad that a police officer betrayed his profession in such a manner.They escaped from the boot of his car when he stopped at a service station and accidently popped the boot from inside the car instead of the petrol cap.News (3-10-2002)- "Aussie police hunt man after tourists' ordeal"- Gold Coast - Australian police launched a manhunt on Thursday after two young Czech women students were repeatedly raped and then held captive in the boot of a car during a six-hour ordeal.He said once they were in the car they were unable to get out because the sedan was travelling in an erratic manner.The driver took them to bushland where they were both sexually assaulted.The NSW Supreme court jury also found Renzo Da-Pra guilty of the manslaughter of his father on the grounds of substantial impairment.His mental state at the time was the issue for the jury.
Sentenced in July 2006 to 18 months jail/ 14 months of sentence suspended for 2yrs.
Guy Daniels, 22, appeared in the County Court in Ballarat yesterday where he faces a maximum penalty of 25 years in jail following his earlier plea of guilty to one charge of rape. News- "Man gets life for hanging step children"- A stockman who hanged two of his stepchildren in a cemetery and watched as they died will spend at least 22 years in jail for their "heartless" murders.
Crown prosecutor Justin Lewis said that one night in November last year Daniels drove the victim to one of her friends houses. Pleaded guilty to 2 counts of indecent dealing with a child under 12 yrs, and 1 count of attempted indecent dealing with a child under 12 yrs.. Terrence Laurence Dann, 37, was sentenced in the West Australian Supreme Court to two life sentences with minimum terms of 22 years, to be served concurrently.
Last month, a German woman and her daughter escaped unharmed after being abducted by a gunman in the remote Northern Territory.
English backpacker Caroline Stuttle was robbed and thrown from a bridge to her death in the Queensland town of Bundaberg in April.