A rapist who went on a sexual attack rampage pouncing on four young women in two hours, has been handed jail terms totalling more than 18 years.
Natham Bradder was high on a cocktail of anti-depressants and alcohol when he carried out the attacks in Doncaster town centre and Balby in the early hours of the morning.
His crime spree started at around 1.50am on February 23 when he sexually assaulted a 17-year-old girl near a garage in Cleveland Street.
Around 25 minutes he attacked two 18-year-old women who were walking together in St Sepulchre Gate. Just after 3am Bradder, 23, dragged a 17-year-old girl into an alleyway near fields off Cedar Road, Balby, where he raped her.
Bradder was this lunchtime jailed for 14 years for rape. He was 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.
Bradder will have to serve a minimum of nine years before he is eligible for release. He will only be freed before 14 years if a parole board deem him not to be a risk to the public.
He admitted one count of rape and three counts of sexual assault.
Jailing him at Sheffield Crown Cout, judge Julian Goose described Bradder as a ‘dangerous individual who poses a serious risk to the public’.