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Doncaster headteacher accused of child sex offences

John McEnaney, leaves Doncaster Magistrates court. Picture: Marie Caley D2018MC

John McEnaney, leaves Doncaster Magistrates court. Picture: Marie Caley D2018MC

  • by By Stephanie Bateman stephanie.bateman@jpress.co.uk @StephDonnyStar
 

A Doncaster headteacher has appeared in court this morning accused of sexually assaulting two girls.

John McEnaney, headteacher at Woodlands Primary School, pleaded not guilty to two counts of sexually touching two 11-year-old girls when he appeared before magistrates.

The 60-year-old, of Park Drive, Sprotbrough, is charged with rubbing himself against one of the girls and squeezing the other’s bottom. The alleged offences are said to have taken place on July 11 and 18 last year.

McEnaney, who was brought up into the dock from custody, was wearing a dark jacket and pink shirt. He spoke only to confirm his date of birth, address and plea.

Magistrates granted McEnaney conditional bail to sleep and reside at his home address and to have no contact with the alleged victims.

 

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