Home   News   Article

High Court case against Inverness street seller Kim Avis delayed


By Ali Morrison

Get the Strathspey Herald sent to your inbox every week and swipe through an exact replica of the day's newspaper



The High Court in Glasgow (file image).
The High Court in Glasgow (file image).

An Inverness street seller facing sex charges will have to wait to December for the case to next appear at the High Court.

Kim Avis (56), who is also known as Gordon, is accused of 25 charges – including the rape of three women and the attempted rape of a 12-year-old.

The case was due to appear in Glasgow today, but an application was accepted for the hearing to be continued until December.

Avis denies all the charges, which cover a period from early 1997 to March 2019.

The case will now call on December 10.

He was already remanded in custody after the case first called last November. It was subsequently delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.



Get a digital copy of the Strathspey Herald delivered straight to your inbox every week allowing you to swipe through an exact replica of the day's newspaper - it looks just like it does in print!

SUBSCRIBE NOW


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More