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Who is Dale Garlick ( Man accused of raping a woman after an alleged alcohol incident ) Wiki, Bio, Age, Crime, Victim, Court, Raped, Investigations and more facts

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Dale Garlick, allegedly raped a woman while she was out at a party in Stalybridge, Greater Manchester.

Garlick appeared this morning at Tamside Magistrate Court and was taken into custody.

On 27 September, police were contacted by a woman who believed she had been drugged and was attacked while walking with friends.

Dale Garlick Age

Dale Garlick is 29-years-old.

Victim

He reportedly followed his victim while she was drinking at the club before being asked to leave.

It is believed that the woman was walking home when she was attacked by a man on the street and later contacted the police.

Garlick was denied bail and will appear at the Royal Court in Minshall Street in December. Payment for more than 30 settlements.

Harassment

A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: “GMP treats all reports of s*xual harassment and s*xual assault with the highest priority and confidentiality and takes such claims extremely seriously.

“Greater Manchester is nationally recognized as a good practice for the support services available to victims.

“If you or someone you know has been raped or s*xually assaulted, we urge you not to suffer in silence and report it to the police or a support agency so that you can get help and support available.

“The St. Mary’s S*xual Abuse Center in Manchester provides a comprehensive and coordinated response to men, women and children who live or have been s*xually abused in Greater Manchester.

Women reporting

The indictment came after a dramatic increase in the number of women reporting that they were agitated at parties.

Over the past two months, the police have received more than 20 allegations of injecting assaults, as well as 198 allegations of excessive alcohol use.

The Council of Chiefs of National Police said most of the reports came from young women from the regions of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland after victims visited licensed premises and private parties.

Reports of a spike in incidents involving women, some of which involve needle use, spread via social media last week, prompting police investigations across the UK.

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