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A Metropolitan Police officer from the same unit as Sarah Everard’s killer, Wayne Couzens, has been charged with 13 more crimes against women.
David Carrick, 46, now faces a total of 14 charges, including rape, false imprisonment and controlling conduct, after three other alleged victims have come forward.
The suspended officer was initially charged with one count of rape following a complaint from another woman last month.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said the 13 additional crimes allegedly occurred between 2017 and 2020.
David Carrick Charged
In relation to the first alleged new victim, Carrick is charged with two counts of rape, one count of coercive and controlling conduct, one count of false incarceration, one count of s*xual assault, one count of penetrative assault, and one count of causing an assault. crime. person to engage in s*xual activities without consent.
Regarding the second, he is charged with one count of assault by penetration, one count of s*xual assault and one count of attempted s*xual assault by penetration.
And in relation to the third party, he is charged with one count of rape, one count of s*xual assault, and one count of coercive and controlling conduct.
Peter Burt, chief district attorney for the CPS Thames and Chiltern district, said: ‘Following a remission of evidence by the Hertfordshire police, the CPS has charged David Carrick with a total of 14 alleged crimes against four women.
“We remind all concerned that the criminal proceedings against the accused are active and that he has the right to a fair trial.
“It is extremely important that there are no reports, comments or information exchange online that could in any way impair these procedures.”
Carrick of the Met’s Diplomatic and Parliamentary Protection Command previously ’emphatically denied’ attacking the first woman to file a complaint.
She claims she raped her at a Premier Inn in St Albans on September 4 last year after the couple met on the Tinder dating app and went for a drink, magistrates heard.
The alleged victim came forward following Couzens’ life sentence for murdering Miss Everard, a 33-year-old marketing executive, the court heard.
Magistrates were told in October that Carrick showed him his police warrant card and said that he worked for the Met’s firearms division and was involved in protecting important people, including the Prime Minister.
He also said that he has a snake, heard the court.
Mark Fleckney, prosecutor, said: ‘They first met on September 4 last year when they went to a tavern in St Albans.
David Carrick has been suspended from the Met’s Parliamentary and Diplomatic
“Mr. Carrick had asked if he could go to the injured party’s home, but said he preferred to meet him in town.”
He added: ‘Mr Carrick had asked for a bottle of wine that she does not drink, but he felt pressured to drink it, as he had paid for that wine.
Then the conversation turned to what Mr. Carrick did and she confirmed that he was a Metropolitan Police officer.
In fact, she showed the injured party her identification card. She said that she worked for the firearms division of the Metropolitan Police and that she was guarding several important people, including the Prime Minister.
She ‘she confirmed that he lived in Stevenage and also owned a snake. He told her that she wanted a “submissive woman.”
The court heard that the officer took the woman to the Premier Inn in St Albans, where she was staying, where the alleged crime occurred.
Ryan Dowding, defending Carrick
Ryan Dowding, defending Carrick, said: ‘The two met on Tinder, a dating app, and had agreed to go to a pub.
“Having consumed alcohol in the pub and then going to another pub, more alcohol was consumed.
Mr. Carrick says no such s*x occurred. He emphatically denies the allegations. ‘
Chief Justice Paul Goldspring, who appeared via video link at Westminster Magistrates Court, ordered the officer’s pre-trial detention.
He was referred to the Independent Office of Police Conduct.
Commissioner Cressida Dick said last month when the charge was announced: ‘I am deeply concerned to hear the news today that an officer from the Met’s Diplomatic and Parliamentary Protection Command has been arrested and now charged with this serious crime.
‘I fully recognize that the public will also be very concerned.
“The criminal proceedings must now run their course, so I cannot comment further at this time.”
The Crown Prosecution Service reminded anyone who speculated on the case on social media that they could be prosecuted for contempt of court.
David Carrick Quick and Facts
- David Carrick, 46, accused of 13 more offences between years 2017 and 2020
- Charges include false imprisonment, controlling, coercive behaviour and rape
- The new string of charges were announced by Crown Prosecution Service (CPS)