A crack addicted rapist has been sentenced to a minimum of six and a half years in prison after he was found guilty of forcing himself on two women.
Unemployed Winston Antinio White, 44, of Scarle Road, Wembley, attacked his first victim while high on drugs and held the second at knife-point in her own home before carrying out the vile act.
In October last year the criminal lured a 28-year-old woman into Copland Community School recreational ground, in London Road, Wembley. He raped her and then stole her mobile phone so she could not call police.
White was subsequently arrested and appeared at Harrow Crown Court, where evidence was also heard from a 36-year-old woman.
She claimed she was cut on the face and sexually assaulted at knife-point in February 2007.
White denied both charges, but the jury passed a unanimous guilty verdict.
Judges told him he posed a significant risk of future sexual offending and handed him an indeterminate prison sentence.
He will serve a mandatory six-and-a-half years before becoming eligible for parole and was also put on the sex offenders register.
Detective Constable Paul Ridley, from Brent CID, said; "At no stage has White shown any remorse for raping either female. I personally commend the two ladies that were courageous enough to attend court and give evidence. The fact that the judge imposed an indeterminate sentence endorses the serious risk that this man posed on members of the public."
If you wish to report any sexual offence call Brent Police on 020 8733 3159 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.