Preston trafficking and child rape accused have their case sent to the Crown Court
Two men accused of offences against six victims aged 14 to 19 in a sex trafficking probe in Preston have appeared before magistrates.
Amos O’Cheng, 51, of Winckley Square, Preston, is accused of raping a girl under 16, four counts of rape and three of arranging travel of another person with a view to exploitation, false imprisonment, attempting to supply Class A drugs, two of supplying cocaine and one of supplying cannabis.
Co defendant Dickson Ngaunde, 36, of Stanford Avenue, Brighton, Sussex, is accused of raping a woman, arranging travel of another person with a view to exploitation and false imprisonment.
Both were remanded into custody and the bench committed their case to be heard before Preston Crown Court, where they will next appear on xxx