Edwin Mee, Army sergeant accused of Croydon barracks rapes, appears in court
An Army sergeant accused of raping and sexually assaulting 11 girls and women at a barracks in Croydon has appeared in court.
Edwin Robert Mee, 44, of Tavistock Road, West Croydon, allegedly attacked victims aged between 15 and 25 in 2011.
The soldier appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court charged with two counts of rape and 15 sexual assaults.
He was granted conditional bail and is appear at Southwark Crown Court on November 6.
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