But the jury at Swansea Crown Court could not agree on the remainder of the charges against him and a retrial of those charges took place this week.
Today, the jury returned majority verdicts of guilty in relation to four offences and cleared Waters of one charge.
Withybush Hospital has seen a number of significant achievements and new developments under Dr Robertson-Steel’s leadership, including the Emergency & Urgent Care Unit (A&E), and in more recent years, the Pembrokeshire Haematology & Oncology Day Unit, the Paediatric Ambulatory Care Unit, the Medical Day Unit, the Discharge Lounge and the Adult Ambulatory Care Unit.
He has also been pivotal in securing a number of excellent consultant appointments in the hospital’s A&E, care of the elderly, palliative care, general medicine specialties, as well as ensuring that the current GP training scheme is full to capacity.
Dr Robertson-Steel said: “I have loved every minute of my career in the NHS, particularly here in Pembrokeshire and, whilst I am sad to leave at a time of great opportunity for change in the future, it’s the right time personally for me to follow other interests in my life.
Lukasz Robert Pawlowski, 33, had previously pleaded guilty to sexual assault by grabbing and kissing a shop assistant and kissing her on the lips at Haverfordwest Magistrates' Court.
Waters, aged 71, of Highfield Manor, Fishguard Road, now stands convicted of seven offences of indecent assault, all involving the same girl and all dating back more than 10 years.
Waters had stood trial earlier this year when he was found guilty of three offences.
“The court room was then cleared out, and first aid was given by paramedics in the dock.” It is not known how or when the defendant obtained the weapon.
HAVERFORDWEST businessman Kenneth Waters is in jail tonight (Oct 20) after he was found guilty of more offences of indecently assaulting an underage girl.
The Met Office is predicting that snow could fall across Pembrokeshire on Tuesday (Feb 27), Thursday (Mar 1) and parts of Friday (Mar 2), with a yellow weather warning in place.