Sentenced to 7 years with a 3 year concurrent term in January 2007
Eligible for parole October 2009
From Waikato Times story 8th June 2007
A Morrinsville man already in jail for indecent assault has now been convicted after pleading guilty to an exploitative sexual connection with a subnormal person, the alternative charge would have been sexual violation by rape. Ned Wilson, 33, was sentenced to seven years' jail at the High Court in Hamilton yesterday for raping a woman with the mental age of about five, just hours after he been caught in another woman's bedroom. He was on parole at the time, after being released from a two-year jail term for burglary. Wilson is already serving a three-year sentence for the first attack. He pleaded guilty to the charge just before his jury trial was set to begin in April.
In sentencing yesterday Justice Williams described how on the day of the offences Wilson had wandered around Morrinsville trying doors of houses to find one that was open. The first woman was asleep in her bed, but woke up to find Wilson in her room. Later that day the court was told Wilson came across mentally impaired woman. He said she followed him to a school and "we just did it". He claimed the sexual intercourse was consensual.
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OFFENCES / CONVICTIONS
|Event Date||Event||Court Location||Offence Type||Offence Date||Committed While||Sentence Imposed|
|07-06-2008||Sentencing||High Court Wellington||Exploitative sexual connection with person with significant impairment||22-07-2006||parole||7 Years, Imprisonment||▼|