Court today for the man who allegedly dressed in a camouflage suit to abduct and sexually assault a 12-year-old schoolgirl in Narara back in May.
31 year old Woongarrah father of three Troy Johnson will appear via videolink, after he was refused bail at a closed hearing in Wyong local court yesterday.
Mr Johnson was charged with 13 sexual assault and kidnapping offences last Friday, when police stopped his vehicle at Lake Haven.
The charges relate to the 12 year old and another 11 year old girl - reportedly known to the man - who he allegedly abused between October last year and this April.
The 31 year old - named by NewsCorp as father of three Troy Johnson - has been refused bail to face Wyong local court tomorrow.
Detective Superintendent Linda Howlett has paid tribute to the bravery of the 12 year old victim of the May attack, saying she is now doing well and news of the arrest came as a relief.
It's also been revealed the man's been charged with sexual assault offences against an 11 year old girl between October and April of this year.
Det Supt Howlett is also not ruling out more victims coming forward now the man has been apprehended.
EARLIER: A man remains under police guard in Wyong hospital after suffering a medical episode whilst in custody.
The man was taken to Wyong Police Station, where he was charged with kidnap with intent to commit serious indictable offence (occasion actual bodily harm), stalking or intimidation with intent to cause fear of physical or mental harm, two counts of aggravated indecent assault, person under 16; aggravated sexual assault, person under 16; groom child under 14 years for unlawful sexual act; aggravated act of indecency, person under 16; produce child abuse material, possess or use a prohibited weapon without permit.
He was also charged with aggravated indecent assault, person under 16; aggravated act of indecency, victim under 16 and under authority; groom child under 14 years for unlawful sexual act, and incite aggravated act of indecency, which police will allege relate to incidents involving a young girl known to him between October 2016 and April 2017.