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Aberdeen sex attacker Jamie McIntosh gets 14-year sentence

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Image caption Jamie McIntosh will be supervised after his release

A teenager who sexually assaulted a woman in Aberdeen has been given a 14-year sentence.

Jamie McIntosh, 18, admitted breaking into a property in Menzies Road, Torry, and performing a sex act on the woman in August last year.

McIntosh was handed a four-year custodial sentence at the High Court in Edinburgh.

Judge Lord Bannatyne also ordered him to be supervised for 10 years following his release.

The charged states that he assaulted his victim "while she was sleeping and thereby incapable of giving or withholding consent".

Defence advocate Brian McConnachie said McIntosh was "extremely immature", and was intellectually in "society's bottom five per cent".

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