Medicine Delivery Man Sexually Assaulted Disabled Women
A man was arrested for sexual harassment due to inappropriately touching a woman.
John Muttitt is from Walnut Tree Road, Brentford, he targets partially blind and deaf woman with movement issues after pretending to carry out a medical examination. Pharmacy Driver traveled around houses and care homes dropping off vital medication to the ill and elderly who were unable to get to a pharmacy.
Muttitt was advised not to enter properties or provide any medical advice. But on one occasion he entered the home of the woman who is partially blind and deaf and touched her inappropriately.
Muttit had been provided with a key code to access the woman’s home because he had an arrangement with her to deliver her medication.
Scotland Yard said, the incident was reported to the police in July 2013 by the daughter of the victim, who cannot be legally identified.
Police said that he was released due to lack of evidence.
Two years later, in August, two similar incidents were reported to officers.
Muttit, then still working for the pharmacy, he had been delivering medicine to the second victim for months.
Muttit would often enter her house and talk for up to 30 minutes.
However, met police said that he ended up taking advantage of her vulnerability by inappropriately touching her.
The victim filed a report against Muttit, and was arrested again.
When officers arrived to take Muttit into custody, another woman disclosed that a claim of sexual touching to the warden against him.
The woman who suffers from dementia claimed that Muttit grabbed and kissed her while she stood at her door.
The defendant was charged with four counts of sexual touching.
On Tuesday, he was found guilty of two counts of sexual assault relating to the first and second victims at Isleworth Crown Court. However, he was found not guilty of the alleged offence involving the third woman.
Jurors failed to reach a verdict over an offence involving the second victim.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact police in Hounslow on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.