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Wing Commander cleared of kissing teen air cadet in Devon

wing commander cleared of kissing teen air cadet in devon
Brian Wills-Pope (pictured) was found not guilty of trying to kiss the boy on the neck during an event at the Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth, Devon.
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RAF man cleared of sexually assaulting cadet at Dartmouth

raf man cleared of sexually assaulting cadet at dartmouth
A former deputy Lord Lieutenant of Devon has been cleared of sexually assaulting a teenaged air cadet after a Judge threw out the case against him.Brian Wills-Pope was found not guilty of trying to..
Western Morning News Also reported by •North Devon JournalExeter Express and EchoTiverton Mid Devon GazetteTorquay Herald Express

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RAF commander charged with sexual assault of teenage boy

raf commander charged with sexual assault of teenage boy
An RAF commander and florist, who received an MBE in 2006, has appeared in court charged with sexual assault.The court heard that Brian Wills-Pope MBE, 64, kissed a teenage boy on his neck and asked..
Plymouth Herald

Police 'vigilance' warning as opportunist thief strikes

police 'vigilance' warning as opportunist thief strikes
Householders in Dartmouth have been warned to be vigilant and look out for each other after an opportunist thief struck at a house in the Townstal area of the town, taking a handbag and mobile phone...
Exeter Express and Echo Also reported by •Western Morning NewsNorth Devon JournalTiverton Mid Devon GazetteTorquay Herald Express

RAF wing commander 'kissed cadet' at Dartmouth College

raf wing commander 'kissed cadet' at dartmouth college
BBC Local News: Devon -- Brian Wills-Pope is alleged to have kissed a teenage boy during an overnight band camp
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RAF commander 'sexually assaulted teenage air cadet'

raf commander 'sexually assaulted teenage air cadet'
The jury heard how Brian Wills-Pope (pictured) allegedly kissed the teenager on his neck in his bedroom at Dartmouth Naval College, where Princes Philip, Charles and Andrew all trained.
MailOnline

Police say 'We're sorry if our noisy helicopter upset anyone'

police say 'we're sorry if our noisy helicopter upset anyone'
Police in Dartmouth today apologised to the bleary-eyed people of the town after their helicopter woke residents by hovering over their houses in the early hours of Monday morning.The alarm was raised..
Torquay Herald Express Also reported by •Exeter Express and EchoTiverton Mid Devon Gazette

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