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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    A man has pleaded guilty in relation to offending at Auckland's Dilworth School

    A man has pleaded guilty in relation to offending at Auckland's Dilworth School


    Earlier this year, police revealed a number of arrests in relation to Operation Beverly, which looked at historical offending at the school.

    Ian Wilson pleaded guilty yesterday in the Auckland District Court, to two charges involving indecent acts.

    The court heard Wilson, now aged 69, indecently touched one victim on about 12 occasions over a three-to-four year period, when he was aged 26 to 30.

    Six other men charged by police deny the allegations made against them.

    Wilson is due to be sentenced in January.

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