Cambridgeshire detective denies sex assault charges

Matt Swash Matt Swash denied all nine charges of sexual assault against four women

A police detective from Cambridgeshire charged with nine counts of sexual assault against four women, has pleaded not guilty.

Det Sgt Matt Swash, 40, of Crown Close, March, joined the police in 1990.

Mr Swash pleaded not guilty to all the charges at St Albans Crown Court and was granted bail by Judge Andrew Bright QC.

A trial date has been set for 17 November.

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