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Convicted Rotherham paedo found with more sick images of children


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A convicted Rotherham paedophile has been jailed again after he was found to have more sick images of children.

Registered sex offender Colin Stevenson of Parkgate, Rotherham, has been jailed for 40 months after he was found to have over 70 indecent images of children, despite already being convicted.

Sheffield Crown Court heard that on March 2, 2020, Steven’s Visor officer visited his house as part of his sex offenders management.

After an inspection of his laptop, mobile phone, Kindle and Amazon Fire Stick indecent images of children were found.

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He was arrested and the devices were seized. An examination of the devices showed up positive for indecent images of children.

However, it didn’t stop there as a visit from his Visor officer again on November 6, 2020.

A search of the property uncovered further devices that he had concealed and failed to provide when instructed.

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These devices contained over 69 indecent images of children. He was arrested again.

Stevenson, 41, appeared before Sheffield Crown Court on Friday, April 16, for sentencing after pleading guilty to making indecent images of children, breaching his Sexual Harm Prevention Order and failing to comply with his notification requirements.

Stevenson was handed an extended sentence of six years four months, comprising 40 months in custody and an extension period of three years.

Written by: Rother Radio News

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