Five years imprisonment has been imposed on a teenage rapist who came late to house parties to harass young girls who were drinking.
Jordan Pearson (17 years old at the time) was found guilty in Dundee of raping two 13 year-old girls in 2019.
He was also found guilty for sexually assaulting 16-year old girl and for having unconstitutional sexual intercourse with 13-year-old girl.
Judge Alison Stirling stated that custody was the only appropriate disposal.
She stated that the sentences were based on punishment, protection of public and rehabilitation in custody.
He was told by the judge that his game plan was to arrive late to parties and see who was drunk and young.
She claimed that there was very little interaction between the young girls and before they were led into a bedroom for sexual sex.
The High Court of Edinburgh was informed that Pearson, now aged 20, continues to deny any responsibility for the offences.
John Brannigan, the defense counsel, requested that a community-based sentence be imposed as an alternative to detention.
The judge sentenced him to five-years detention and ordered that he be monitored for three years after his release.
He was also added to the indefinite sex offenders registry.