New development as a man, 41, is extradited to the highway after two women were allegedly assaulted
- 41-year-old extradited from WA to NSW
- He was charged with two counts of assault
A man has been extradited across the country and charged after allegedly assaulting two women.
Nathan Raymond Caldow, 41, was arrested Sunday at a hotel in Fremantle, Western Australia, and then extradited to NSW at 6.45pm on Wednesday.
It came after police launched an investigation into the alleged assault of two women in Goulburn, in NSW’s Southern Tablelands, in early April.
Caldow hid his face in a sweater after landing at Sydney Airport and was escorted through the terminal by officers and detectives.
A man was arrested, extradited and charged with allegedly assaulting two women – one of them sexually assaulted – earlier this month in Goulburn
He was taken to Mascot police station and charged with eight counts, including two counts of aggravated robbery and causing bodily harm.
Inflicting actual bodily harm with intent to have sexual intercourse with the victim and two counts of sexually touching another person without consent were among the charges.
The other offenses were choking with intent to commit a criminal offense and two counts of stalking and harassment are for inflicting physical harm.
The Sex Crimes Squad were called in to investigate a 19-year-old allegedly assaulted by an unidentified man on April 14 while he was walking around Goulburn alone.
According to a statement from NSW Police, police allege the woman was punched multiple times in the face until she was unconscious before being sexually assaulted.
When she came to, the 19-year-old was able to swing down a vehicle that took her to Goulburn police station.
Police allege an 18-year-old woman was punched in the face days earlier on April 5.
The woman reportedly fought the man and escaped, taking her to hospital where she was treated for facial injuries.
The Caldow man did not appear in Sydney’s Downing Center court on Thursday
The Caldow man did not appear in Sydney’s Downing Center court on Thursday.
Legal aid attorney Phil Ryan asked for the case to be postponed so that the case could go to court on May 3.
The court heard that no application for bail would be filed.
“I’ve spoken to his legal representatives who are based in Goulburn,” Mr. Ryan said.