Aylesbury rapist jailed for life – Grace Ong prosecutes
Brutal rapist Albert Lamb, 44, of no fixed abode, broke in to the home of two teenagers and raped a 17-year-old girl on her mother’s bed. Her younger brother, who heard the ordeal from the room where he was hiding, called the police. After the attack, Lamb was looking for money in the house and saw the brother hiding in his bedroom. He tied up both children before escaping. The Court heard only 12 hours earlier, Lamb and entered the house of another woman, beating her with a metal bar before raping her in her bathroom whilst she bled from her head.
Judge Catherine Tulk, sentencing at Aylesbury Crown Court, described his actions as deliberate and Lamb as a significant risk to members of the public. He will have to serve a minimum of 12 years in jail before being considered for parole.