A man has been found guilty of assaulting women and a man in Wollongong, Australia. Zayne Taki was convicted of the crimes in the city’s Central Business District.
The incident occurred on February 14 when Taki assaulted two women and a man outside a convenience store. The victims sustained injuries from the attack and required medical attention.
The jury deliberated for several hours before reaching a verdict, finding Taki guilty on all counts of assault. The judge has scheduled a sentencing hearing for a later date.
Taki’s lawyer plans to appeal the verdict, arguing that there was not enough evidence to support the guilty verdict.
The victims were relieved by the verdict and hope that it will bring some closure to the traumatic experience they endured.
The case has sparked conversations about safety in the community and the need for increased security measures in the Wollongong CBD. Local authorities are taking steps to address these concerns and ensure the safety of residents and visitors in the area.
Taki’s sentencing hearing is scheduled for next month, where the judge will determine the appropriate punishment for his crimes.