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It is understood the car park in Bay Road and a coastal path leading to Ladye Bay have become a place for gay men to meet with strangers for sex and some couples have been disturbed by unsuspecting dog walkers.
It is believed men have been leaving messages for each other in a toilet block at Six Ways before making their way to Bay Road and Ladye Bay car park, where there is a path leading down the hillside to an area of woodland.
Green was arrested at his home in February this year and subsequently charged.
Investigating officer Det Con Scott Westbrook-Smith, who was commended by the judge for his hard work and diligence on this case, said: “The victim in this case was abducted while walking near Marine Lake in the early evening.“Throughout this ordeal she feared for her life, describing in a statement how she was too scared to scream.“Despite an investigation being carried out at the time, which included the release of an e-fit image, no-one was brought to justice.“The investigation was reviewed in 2015 and we submitted fibre tapings used to capture evidence on the victim’s clothing at the time for testing using the latest forensic techniques.“This provided us with a partial DNA profile which was entered onto the National DNA Database and resulted in a match to David John Green.“Crucially, one aspect of a statement taken from the victim at the time mentioned the offender had a tattoo with the name DAVE on his arm.
She added: “The girls work here voluntarily, they are never forced to work.
They come and ask for a job and more often than not say they feel safer here than any other places they have worked.”Since Butterfly’s opened, CCTV and security lights have been installed in the alleyway near its entrance and security is on hand 24/7 to ensure the women are safe.
This violent passenger (almost) bit off more than he could chew during an argument at 30,000ft.
David Briggs, 35, attempted to chomp on his girlfriend’s cheek after she slapped him following a drunken row on their flight from Zante to Bristol.
Josie Leigh Herniman, 15, was discovered after police received reports of a body in woods about a mile from her home on Monday.
Friends took to social media to blame bullies for her death.
Josie’s family said police were examining her mobile phone and computer as part of their investigation.
David Green escaped justice for 33 years after attacking the 15-year-old, but advances in DNA technology saw him arrested earlier this year following an investigation by the Major Crime Review Team (MCRT).
Green, who now lives in Moseley in Birmingham, pleaded guilty to charges of kidnap, sexual assault and false imprisonment, and was jailed for nine years by a judge at Bristol Crown Court.
One man, whose dog disturbed two men in the car park, said they got up, jumped in a car and drove off before returning five minutes later.