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A man was given an indeterminate sentence at Reading Crown Court in connection with the kidnap and sexual assault of teenage girls in Bracknell.
Terry Michael Bryant, of Waverley Road, Tottenham, London, was sentenced at Reading Crown Court on Friday 15th October 2010. The judge told the court that Bryant was being imprisoned for the public's protection and may never be released.
The 41 year old will be required to serve a minimum of seven years in prison, minus 133 days he has already spent in custody, before being considered for release on parol.
On 3 September 2010, Bryant pleaded guilty to 14 charges relating to offences he had committed against three teenage girls in Bracknell during November 2009 and May 2010. He pleaded not guilty to three of the 17 charges in total.
The 41-year-old pleaded guilty to three counts of kidnap, two counts of threats to kill, four counts of sexual assault, one count of robbery, one count of rape, one count of making indecent images, one count of possessing indecent images, and one count of possessing a firearm with intent to cause fear of violence.
He pleaded not guilty to two counts of false imprisonment and one count of threats to kill.
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