A sick and twisted taxi driver called a teenage girl's mum moments before he sexually assaulted the girl at a remote location.
Dad of three Motosir Ali picked up the teenager from outside of a nightclub. He was meant to drive her home, but instead took her to a remote location in January this year.
He attempted to kiss the girl, who has not been named, biting her lip, groping her breasts and sexually assaulting her. Shortly before the attack, he spoke to the girl's mum, who agreed to pay for the journey once she was dropped off.
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Police have now released a picture of the offender after he was jailed for more than six years. During the trial detectives described the victim as “exceptionally brave”.
According to Birmingham Live, Staffordshire Police told of how a witness was able to get a partial registration of Ali’s vehicle following the incident. He was found by officers within a short period of time and arrested.
Motosir Ali went before the courts and later pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual assault. He was sentenced to 75 months behind bars at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court on Monday, September 18.
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Detective Sergeant Daniel Martin, who dealt with the case, said: “I want to thank the survivor for her exceptional bravery in supporting this investigation and making sure Ali faces justice. He was in a position of trust and abused that position to commit his offending.
“Thanks to the vigilance of the witness who helped to identify his vehicle, we were able to track him down quickly and arrest him. I hope this serves as an example to survivors that we are committed to pursuing offenders and delivering justice.
“We want survivors to know that they can speak to specially-trained officers in confidence who will do everything possible to put those responsible behind bars.”
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