Archive for December, 2014

Anthony Charles Walker

Posted: December 18, 2014 by Serendipity in NSW
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D.O.B:  6th May 1961

Location:  Grafton District / NSW

Offence:  Pleaded guilty in Grafton Local Court to a charge of Indecent assault of a person under 16 years of age and a charge of aggravated indecency with the victim under 16 years of age & under authority of the offender.

Sentence:  Walker was sentenced in the Grafton Local Court on the 7th April, 2014 to a 9 month good behavior bond.



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Prosecutors have appealed the sentence of eight months non-parole on the grounds it was plainly unjust and didn’t reflect the multiple charges that escalated in seriousness over many months. Stoupe was re-sentenced to at least two-and-a-half years in prison. He will be eligible for parole in May 2017.

Childcare worker gets 8 months for assault

Published: 5:12 pm, Friday, 28 November 2014

A former childcare worker who sexually abused an eight-year-old girl has been sentenced to at least eight months in prison.

Nikki Stoupe, 29, pleaded guilty last month to three counts of aggravated indecent assault and one count of secretly filming the girl on the toilet over a six-month period in 2012.

Noting that Stoupe was unlikely to reoffend and had entered a psychological rehabilitation program, District Court Judge Chris Craigie sentenced him to maximum sentence of 16 months and a non-parole period of eight months.

He will be eligible for release in July 2015.


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NOTE: Iacono was also convicted of a sexual assault on a child in 2001 and placed on a child protection register.

Groping ‘santa’ On Bond

Newcastle Herald

Saturday June 23, 2007


A MAN who posed as Santa Claus and groped young women as they were being photographed sitting on his lap has been sentenced to three months in jail.

The sentence was suspended on condition that Angelo Iacono, 59, of Bonnells Bay, be of good behaviour for 18 months under NSW Probation and Parole Service supervision.

Holding his walking stick, Iacono stood while having the circumstances of the charges and his sentence read out to him in Toronto Local Court yesterday.

The court heard Iacono, who had pleaded not guilty, had been found guilty of three indecent assault counts involving three teenage girls.

The girls encountered him dressed as Santa Claus outside a business in Wyee on December 20 last year.

He offered them free photos with Santa using their camera. The girls posed for at least seven shots, tendered in evidence.

The court heard yesterday that the offences were at the lower end of the spectrum of seriousness for that type of charge. The offences did not involve skin-to-skin contact but it was still a serious matter and involved a breach of trust, the court was told.


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