Yorkshire rapist who attacked four an hour jailed for 18 years

Nathan Bradder.
Nathan Bradder.
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A 23-year-old rapist who attacked four teenagers in the space of just over an hour has been jailed for more than 18 years.

Nathan Bradder of Springwell Lane, Balby, admitted rape, assault by penetration and two sexual assaults at a Plea and Case Management Hearing in May at Sheffield Crown Court.

The four sexual offences were committed in the space of just over an hour on February 23.

At around 1.50am, Bradder sexually assaulted a 17-year-old girl just off Cleveland Street in Doncaster town centre.

At 2.15am, he attacked two 18-year-old girls who were walking together on nearby St Sepulchre Gate.

Just after 3am on Cedar Road in Balby, Bradder grabbed and dragged a 17-year-old girl from the street, into an alleyway and onto a field where he then raped her.

Bradder was yesterday jailed for 14 years for the rape, as well as being put on the Sex Offender’s Register for life. He will have to serve a minimum of nine years before he is eligible for release and will only be freed before 14 years if a parole board deem him not to be a risk to the public.

He also received two jail terms, one of three years and one of nine months, for the St Sepulchre Gate assaults and a nine month sentence for the incident in Cleveland Street. Those will run concurrently.