Jafar Adeli - Leicester

Pleaded Guilty To Attempting To Meet A Child (14) Following Sexual Grooming, Recieved 27 Months Custodial Sentence, 10 Years On The Sexual Offenders Register & Faces Possible Deportation More »

Peter Hyam - South Ockendon

Pleaded Guilty To Two Counts Of Arraging To Meet A Child For Sex & Making Indecent Images Of A Child, He Was Sentenced To 32 Months Custodial & 10 Years On The Sexual Offenders Register More »

James Stone - Nottingham

James Stone, 24, pleaded guilty to: • two counts of sexual assault with a child • one count of sexual activity with a child • two counts of possession of indecent photographs of a child • one count of possessing an extreme pornographic image, showing a sexual act between a human and an animal. More »

Terry Matthews - Leamington Spa

Convicted For Attempting To Meet A Child Following Sexual Grooming, Recieved A 13 Months Suspended Prison Sentence & Must Sign The Sex Offenders Register For 10 Years More »

Tom Watson - Leicester

Convicted For Attempting To Meet A Child Following Sexual Grooming, Recieved An 8 Month Suspended Sentence & Must Sign The Sex Offenders Register For 10 Years More »

Quisar Yousaf - Coventry

Convicted of 2 counts of arranging or facilitating the commission of a child sex offence. Sentenced To 12 months custodial & is to be deported. More »

Petr Juranek, Leicester

A man from the Czech Republic who sent sexually explicit images to what he believed to be a 14 year old girl has walked away from Leicester Crown Court today (3/3/16) with a 12 month sentence (suspended for 12 months), 5 years on the sex offenders register and barring list – DESPITE activly pursuing a child with sexual advances, indecent images & a video of himself masturbating. More »


Monthly Archives: September 2015

Paul Yates, 29 of Southdene, Kirkby

A man with learning difficulties who downloaded indecent pictures and movies of children was spared jail.

Paul Yates, 29, was caught with a stash of nearly 250 child sex abuse images and videos last year.

Liverpool Crown Court heard that police raided his then home in Steeple View, Kirkby, on the morning of July 31.

Edmund Haygarth, prosecuting, said officers seized computer equipment including a laptop and pen drive and arrested Yates.

He told police they would find offensive images on his computer equipment before it was examined.

Yates also admitted posting on internet forums and chat rooms, where he searched for pictures.

Police discovered 75 Category A images – the most serious category – 82 Category B pictures and 59 Category C images.

The defendant also had 32 indecent movies, including 23 Category A, five Category B and three Category C videos, on his pen drive.

Yates, with brown hair and wearing glasses and a grey coat in the dock, admitted seven counts of making (downloading) and possessing indecent photographs and movies.

He had no previous convictions.

John Rowan, defending, said his client, now of Southdene, Kirkby, had co-operated fully with police.

He said Yates knew what he was doing was wrong and that he should not be doing it.

However, Mr Rowan said: “Unfortunately he felt an overwhelming and compelling need to do it.

“He has acknowledged he has problems and knows he needs assistance.”

He said Yates had seen his GP and sought counselling and was “ashamed and remorseful”.

Mr Rowan added that the defendant had attended a special needs school as a child and had learning difficulties.

Judge Alan Conrad, QC, said: “You obtained from the internet a substantial number of films showing young children being violated – sexually abused in a horrible way and degraded.

“These were real victims put through those ordeals to provide sexual gratification for people such as you.”

The judge said he took into account that Yates cooperated with police and, despite his learning difficulties, understood he had a problem and had tried to address it.

Judge Conrad said: “I hope with that comes the insight of what these victims went through.”

He handed him an eight-month prison sentence, suspended for two years, a two-year supervision order, and ordered him to attend a sex offenders rehabilitation programme.

The judge also made Yates subject to an indefinite Sexual Harm Prevention Order and told him to sign the Sex Offenders’ Register for 10 years.

Imran Khan, 34, from Accrington

This chilling footage shows the moment a convicted sex offender cruises the streets in his car looking for his next victim – and locates a six-year-old girl riding her bicycle.

Imran Khan, 34, from Accrington, already had a conviction for a sexual offence involving a 12-year-old girl in 2008 and was on the sex offenders’ register. He was jailed for nine years, but was released in 2013.

But despite being under supervision, the paedophile was able to re-offend in this sickening incident

At around 4pm on March 26 this year, the little girl was playing on Nairne Street in Burnley when she was snatched by Khan and bundled into the boot of his black Vauxhall Astra car.

She was driven four miles to Scarth Lane, Hapton where Khan exposed himself and tried to force her to commit a sexual act.

He then dumped the girl in a wheelie bin and she was found in a traumatised state by some children playing nearby.

Khan now faces another lengthy prison sentence after he pleaded guilty at Preston crown court to charges of kidnap, kidnap with intent to commit a sexual offence and breach of a sexual offences prevention order.

He was remanded in custody to be sentenced on October 23.

Detective Inspector Jim Elston said: ‘This was a horrendous offence which would have been terrifying for any adult, let alone a young child.

‘Imran Khan was a registered sex offender living in the community after he was convicted in 2008 of a sexual offence involving a 12-year-old girl.

‘While we have rigorous systems in place to manage sex offenders who have served a sentence and been released into the community, this cannot happen 24 hours a day and unfortunately on occasion an offender may go on to commit a further offence as happened in this case.

‘Thankfully that is relatively rare.’

He added: ‘There is currently a review on going into this particular case and we will clearly look carefully at the results of that to see if there are any lessons we can learn.’

Byron Williams, 51 of Hendregwilym, Tonypandy

A “cunning and devious” man has been jailed for 12 years for raping a primary school girl – more than a decade after her claims were first investigated.

Byron Williams, 51, denied one count of rape and three of indecent assault over a seven-year period but was found guilty by a jury of eight men and four women at Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court.

The court heard that Williams had groomed the youngster from the age of seven.


Sarah Waters, prosecuting, said the girl, now in her 20s and who cannot be named for legal reasons, had had a tragic life.

Williams’ victim, the jury was told, could remember the abuse starting in the 1990s by him blackmailing her to kiss him for lengthy periods of time.

In return she would get presents, like magazines or sweets.

“His kisses were sloppy and dirty,” said Ms Waters.

“He would get her to sit on her lap and [he] would ‘grind’.

“As a girl she would try to get off his lap but he was keep her there and would fondle her intimately.”

‘Confided in a teacher’

In 2002 she confided in a teacher what was happening and despite an investigation by authorities nothing was done at that stage.

Williams, of Hendregwilym, Tonypandy, was eventually arrested in 2013 and denied any wrongdoing.

Alexander Greenwood, defending, said Williams was of limited intellect and a had a low IQ.

Jailing Williams, Judge Daniel Williams told him: “If ever there was a girl who needed love and care it was her but you saw her vulnerability as an opportunity to sexually abuse her.

“You tried to overplay and exaggerate your difficulties when you gave evidence. You are cunning and devious.”