Last year's cohort of jailed criminals include sex offenders, murderers, burglars and fraudsters. Stag do sex attacker Pearse Armstrong left a hotel guest terrified after following her into her room and molesting her. Ahmed, of Warrington Road, Elswick, Newcastle, admitted three offences of attempting to incite a child to engage in sexual activity, one of attempting to have sexual communication with a child and one of attempting to meet a child following sexual grooming.
The victim reported it to his family later that evening and they reported it to police. In October ofthe U. Caizley then took the boy to the loo where he sexually assaulted him.
Report a convicted sex offender. County, region or country in which this person was convicted. Do you have documentation? InvestigateTV found offenders of all races and of varying ages, all with profiles active within the last year.
Nine other states require offenders to disclose their online usernames and profiles, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. What you need to know about coronavirus, plus a map of every case in Texas. Packingham, 36, was forbidden by a North Are registered sex offenders allowed on facebook in Tyne and Wear law from using commercial social networking sites like Facebook that children could join.
The law addressed websites that might allow sex offenders to gather information about minors, the state court said.
We take a look at who judges sent to jail last year from the North East. Now Brown has been sent to prison for 40 months after admitting GBH and assault occasioning actual bodily harm. Predator Paul Dial, from Consetthas been jailed for a total of nine years after being found guilty of two counts of rape.
The couple shouted at the intruder and ran to the front of the property, where they confronted him. A man was jailed for more than three years after police found a stash of drugs and cash in his home.
A burglar branded the "lowest of the low" for raiding the homes of two pensioners, including a double-leg amputee, has been jailed. Ferguson, who was 19 at the time, verbally abused officers on the ground and targeted them by throwing roof tiles and other objects that he could find on top of the building.
A court heard he had made an untidy search in the home, had taken money out of a birthday card and left the victim's underwear strewn across the floor. A court heard Mr Aspley asked Robson to give him a hand carrying some belongings as he got out of his van then suddenly, without warning, stabbed him in the neck and face.
He was sentenced to nearly two years behind bars. Head honcho Tony Curtis used a specialist key which he knew about from his business maintaining and repairing Transit vans, to gain access to and start up the stolen vehicles.