A man has been sentenced to 18 months’ imprisonment for a series of stalking and harassment offences.
Gregory Taylor-Wyborn, 51, was sentenced at Guildford Crown Court yesterday (18 November) after pleading guilty to six charges - three counts of harassment without violence, sexual assault on a female, outraging public decency and burglary from a dwelling.
His offences included stalking and harassment, making inappropriate comments to women, flashing his penis in public and stranger sexual assault.
He received an 18 month custodial sentence half of which will be spent in Custody and half on licence with conditions. He has also been put on the sex offenders register for seven years and will have to provide his contact details to the police throughout this time. Two five year restraining orders with the conditions that he must not contact or attend their home addresses were also issued for the female victims who had applied for them.
One of the Investigating Officers, Molly Patterson, said: “Taylor-Wyborn is a dangerous individual who caused his victims to feel greatly distressed. Through his actions he demonstrated a clear sense of sexual entitlement and his imprisonment is a relief for residents of Runnymede and Elmbridge.
“To anyone who may be a victim or may know a victim of domestic abuse – please remember that we are always here to help and listen to you, and you will always be taken seriously. Help is out there, please take the first step in talking to someone, whether that’s us or a different organisation.”
If you are suffering from physical, sexual, psychological or financial abuse, or are being threatened, intimidated or stalked by a current or previous partner or close family member, it’s likely you’re a victim of domestic abuse.
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