Man Jailed For Sexual Assault, South Elmsall
A South Elmsall man will spend nine years behind bars after being convicted of sexual assault.
Melvyn Wall (66) was jailed for nine years at Leeds Crown Court on January 11, 2017.
He was convicted of 13 offences against three juvenile victims comitted between 1993 and 2014.
The offences were four offences of sexual assault, four sexual activity offences, two indeceny offences and three counts of indecent assault.
Detective Chief Inspector Sue Jenkinson of Wakefield District Police, said: “Melvyn Wall richly deserves the long sentence he is starting today for a pattern of sexual abuse against young and very vulnerable victims.
“He also put his victim’s through the ordeal of a trial, forcing them to relive the harm they suffered.
“I want commend their courage for the way they conducted themselves during the trial process.
“All reports of child abuse are dealt with the utmost sensitivity and police and the CPS will do everything they can to bring those responsible to justice.”