Jamie Lewis McIntosh 17 used Facebook from an address at Manor Croft in Forfar to send messages of a sexual nature to a year-old girl between April 18 and May 7 this year, and a year-old on the same site between June 10 and McIntosh, whose address was given as Cyrenians in Aberdeen, appeared at Forfar Sheriff Court yesterday, when he was given a three-year community payback order with conditions and placed on the sex offenders register for the offences. He was told that he will be under supervision for the duration of the order and must comply with its conditions, which included restricting his internet access and an order to not participate in any way whatsoever in child activities without the prior approval of his supervising officer.
A man who sent explicit sex messages to schoolgirls was caught in a sting operation when he tried to meet a year-old while on bail. Prosecutor Patrick Palmer told Leeds Crown Court that instead the year-old was filmed and the footage was put on Youtube. Petch was initially arrested in March at his home in Enfield Drive, Batley, after inciting one girl aged 15 in text messages to perform sexual acts.
According to the warrants, an investigation began into John Michael Turner, 43, after the victim's older brother discovered sexual text messages on her cell phone. Turner was arrested earlier this week and charged with statutory rape of a person who is 13, 14 or 15 years old and statutory sexual offense against a person who is 13, 14, or 15 years old, according to the Huntersville Police Department. The year-old victim, who was taken to Presbyterian Hospital for treatment, told police that she and Turner had sexual encounters on two separate occasions.
Annella Cowan said she was also concerned the law as it stands was designed to protect only young girls — and not young boys. She spoke out as a young man appeared before her at Aberdeen Sheriff Court and admitted sending sexually explicit messages to a year-old girl via Facebook. Sheriff Cowan delayed sentencing Reed-Jamieson yesterday after hearing the schoolgirl was the one who initiated the conversations, which happened between February and March last year.
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