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Bakery worker charged with sexual exploitation

Postby admin » 16 Nov 2016, 18:48

A BAKERY worker has been charged with sexual exploitation and directing the activities of a prostitute in Dublin. Polish national Grzegorz Grzyb (33) told arresting gardai the allegations were “rubbish” and “lies” after he was arrested at Dublin airport yesterday, a court heard. He was remanded in custody with consent to bail under “strict conditions” when he appeared in Dublin District Court.

Mr Grzyb, a father-of-one with an address at Virginia Heights, Tallaght, is charged with taking a named woman under his control for the purposes of sexual exploitation.

The offence is under the Criminal Law (Human Trafficking Act) and is alleged to have happened on a date between September 1 and 11, 2012. The second charge, under the Sexual Offences Act, alleges that he controlled or directed the activities of a prostitute. This offence is alleged to have happened at another address in Tallaght between March 3 and October 25, 2012.

Garda Lorna Cox told Judge Anthony Halpin she arrested the defendant last night at 11.45pm and brought him to Store Street Garda Station. He was charged in her presence at 1.05am this morning and replied “that is rubbish” to the first charge.

His reply to the second count after caution was: “these are lies.” He was handed copies of the charge sheets. The garda said she had no objection to bail under “strict conditions,” including a substantial cash lodgment.

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Re: Bakery worker charged with sexual exploitation

Postby admin » 31 Jan 2017, 20:56

A JUDGE has given the DPP three months to complete a book of evidence in the case of a 33-year-old man charged with human trafficking and organising prostitution. Grzegorz Grzyb a Polish national with an address at Virginia Heights, Springfield, Tallaght, D24, was arrested on Nov. 14 at Dublin Airport.

On the following day he appeared at Dublin District Court which set bail in the sum of €6,000. At that stage he was remanded in custody with consent to bail which was taken up at a later date.

He is accused of taking a named female under his control for the purpose of sexual exploitation between Sept. 1 and Sept 11, 2012 contrary to the Criminal Law Human Trafficking Act 2008.

The second charge, which is under the Sexual Offences Act, alleges that from March 3, 2012 until Oct. 25, 2012 at an address in Tallaght he controlled or directed the activities of prostitution or compelled or coerced a person to be a prostitute. The DPP has directed he will face trial on indictment in the circuit court.

He appeared again at the Dublin District Court where Judge Anthony Halpin heard that the book of evidence was not yet completed due its complexity and “the sheer volume of the file”.

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Re: Bakery worker charged with sexual exploitation

Postby admin » 27 Apr 2017, 21:44

A GANG dressed as police officers knocked on prostitutes' doors and told them sex work was illegal after Brexit before raiding their homes and attacking a frightened woman, a judge heard.

Stefan-Catalin Dunareanu visited various addresses posing as a client and asking about prices for sex. He then returned with two accomplices all dressed in fake uniforms. They told the women their work was illegal and demanded entry to their homes. When one victim became suspicious and asked for identification she was brutally attacked and knocked unconscious by one member of the group.

Dunareanu was convicted on two counts of burglary and sentenced to four years in jail.

Jurors saw CCTV footage of the 27-year-old entering Luscinia View and New Bright Street in October last year before asking the prostitutes about prices.

Ed Renvoize, prosecuting, said: "As she opened the door two other men came in with him shining flashlights in her face. They told her prositution was illegal after Brexit and began demanding money, identification and documents. The men were dressed in high visibility jackets with police written on them and by their actions were clearly purporting to be police officers. If he was not in Reading on those days, he would surely want to shout from the rooftops about his innocence. He has instead chosen to say nothing.”

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