Najaf Khan from Brierfield guilty of entering house to commit sex attack on the young female who lived there. Given that Khan illegally entered somebodies home to try and satisfy his twisted and heinous sexual urges he is potentially a very serious danger to all women.Whilst in the cells he apparently exposed himself to the police more than once. He has no fear of being caught or any boundaries coupled with his bizarre perverted behaviour increases the threat he is.
Man guilty of Brierfield sexual offences
8:00am Saturday 11th May 2013 in Burnley
A MAN has been convicted of a string of sexual offences, as well as trespassing into a young woman’s home and trying to kiss her on the lips. Najaf Khan, 31, was told by a judge that he had been found guilty on ‘completely overwhelming evidence’. He now faces sentencing next month. After a jury returned their unanimous verdicts at Preston Crown Court at the end of a three day trial, Judge Christopher Cornwall told them that around two weeks before the offences occurred, Khan had been cautioned for wasting police time. This had involved Khan making very strange allegations or indulging in bizarre, highly sexualised conversation with an operator on the phone. He dialled 999 on six occasions between June 2011 and last October. Khan, of Stanley Street, Brierfield had denied trespassing at a home in the town, with intent to commit a sexual offences, sexual assault and an attempted sexual assault, as well as four charges of exposure at Burnley police station. The trial heard how he struck up conversation with a young woman in her 20s walking down the street last November, before getting into her home and trying to kiss her. He was arrested the same night because his clothing was thought to be similar to that described by the woman.
While in a cell at the police station he allegedly exposed himself on four occasions, in a deliberate action. The defendant insisted to police he wasn’t the man who went into the woman’s home and that it must have been someone else as he was in Burnley at the time. He also said he never intentionally exposed himself. Khan did not give evidence himself to the jury. The case was adjourned to June 12 for sentencing. A pre-sentence report will be compiled, including a risk assessment and an update on his psychiatric condition.