Taxi driver trial set

Last updated 11:50 15/07/2014

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A Hamilton taxi driver accused of sexually assaulting two passengers last year could face trial in November.

Abdirahim Sheikh Mohamed Guled, 21, is fighting charges of sexual violation, indecent assault and two charges of kidnapping from March and April last year.

Guled is accused of using cardboard to cover-up in-vehicle security cameras as he sexually assaulted two teenage girls.

Guled made a brief appearance in the Hamilton District Court yesterday in which a five-day reserve trial was set for November.

A firm trial is set for March.

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- Waikato Times

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