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‘Sex predator’ cop hit with further charges as two more women accuse him of drugging and raping them after meeting on dating app

  • Former senior constable Adrian Trevor Moor, 50, has had 66 more rape charges 
  • Police said he met at least eight women through well-known online dating apps 
  • He stupefied his victims before sexually assaulting them between 2010 and 2018

A former West Australian police officer accused of drugging and raping women he met online is facing further charges after two more alleged victims came forward.

Former senior constable Adrian Trevor Moore, 50, faced Perth Magistrates Court in March charged with 108 offences including 66 counts of rape.

Police said he met at least eight women through well-known online dating apps and stupefied his victims before sexually assaulting them between 2010 and 2018.

He was charged in April with 36 new offences after another five women came forward.

Former senior constable Adrian Trevor Moore, 50, faced Perth Magistrates Court in March charged with 108 offences including 66 counts of rape 

WA Police on Wednesday said two more women had since alleged they were sexually assaulted by Moore between 2011 and 2016.

Moore has been charged with five offences against them, including sexual penetration without consent and stupefying in order to commit an indictable offence.

He will face Perth Magistrates Court on Wednesday.

WA Police on Wednesday said two more women had since alleged they were sexually assaulted by Moore (pictured in handcuffs) between 2011 and 2016 

Moore resigned from the force in 2018 after a previous investigation by its internal affairs unit.

Acting Inspector Simone Van Der Sluys in March described Moore as a sexual predator, saying she was appalled and distressed at his offending.

She said she firmly believed Moore may have used his position to pressure and intimidate the women, mostly aged in their mid-to-late-40s.

Moore, once a nominee for WA Police Officer of the Year, was granted bail in April this year 

‘They were embarrassed. There’s a lot of dynamics that exist here for victims of a sex crime and also to add to that, him being a police officer,’ she said.

Moore, once a nominee for WA Police Officer of the Year, was granted bail in April.

The investigation was ongoing and anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers. 


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