Posts Tagged ‘Albion Park’




Lester ‘Sooty’ Mills has been sentenced in Wollongong District Court to almost three years jail. He will be required to serve half his sentence before he is eligible for release on parole in October 2018.

Former Fourth Reich bikie Lester Mills confesses to sexual abuse of underage girl

Shannon Tonkin
1 May 2017, 5:55 p.m.

A Brownsville man who indecently assaulted an underage girl at his home in 2015 has been identified in court as Lester ‘Sooty’ Mills, a convicted paedophile and former member of the Fourth Reich outlaw motorcycle gang.

Mills, a long time associate of the Albion Park-based club, touched the girl’s genitals then video-taped her in her school uniform one afternoon in September 2015 when she was at his house with a family member.

He also put $100 on the kitchen table and told the girl he’d give it to her if she came back to the house on another day and “stayed for an hour”.

The girl disclosed the incident to her family that afternoon and the incident was reported to police. Mills was arrested and charged the following day.

His criminal history reveals it was the second time Mills had abused underage children. In the early 2000s, he was sentenced to three years’ jail for similar offences against a child under the age of 10.

Meantime, a month after Mills’ 2015 arrest, specialist police carried out a controversial raid on the Fourth Reich’s Albion Park headquarters during a charity bike show in which officers were recorded telling people they were supporting a club that “has members that sexually assault kids”.

Club lawyer Bill Whitby confirmed that the club had stripped Mills of his membership after the 2015 charges were laid.

Mills had been due to stand trial on those charges in Wollongong District Court this week, however entered pleas of guilty on Monday morning.

He did not oppose a Crown application to revoke his bail, with his lawyer saying her client conceded he would be facing full-time prison when he is sentenced on July 7.





Dennis Raymond Walker - Photo3

Albion Park child-sex offender ‘struggling’ in prison


Oct. 1, 2014, 10 p.m.

An Albion Park man who sexually assaulted a child and later threatened to shoot her parents if she told anyone will learn his fate next month.

A jury took just two hours to convict Dennis Raymond Walker of four counts of sexual intercourse with a child under 10 and one count of indecent assault during a trial held in April this year.

In a sentence hearing in the district court in Sutherland on Wednesday, Walker told the court he was having a hard time in jail due to various health problems, which included depression, an enlarged prostate and osteoarthritis.

He said because he was in protective custody – as are all offenders involved in sexual offences against children – he received reduced time out of his cell compared to other inmates.

“At the Metropolitan Remand and Reception Centre we’re allowed out 18 hours in seven days,” he said, adding other inmates were allowed outside all day.

Walker’s adult daughter, Nicole, told the court she’d seen her father deteriorate mentally and physically since being put behind bars.

Walker, who was supported in court by his family, will be sentenced on November 7.


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Robert Andrusiow

Jail only option for child porn collector: court

By BREE FULLER – Illawarra Mercury – 13/12/2008 – Page 22

AN Albion Park man who pleaded guilty to possessing more than 18,000 child pornography images – some depicting bestiality and sadism – has been jailed for a minimum of six months.

Robert Andrusiow, 50, stood impassively in the dock yesterday as Wollongong District Court Judge Paul Conlon said “the only appropriate penalty is full-time imprisonment”. However, he acknowledged it was unlikely that Andrusiow would reoffend.

The court heard Andrusiow had 18,389 images and 57 videos, ranging from glamour shots to hard-core pornography, when Australian Federal Police officers raided his Terry St home on June 3.

The images and videos found stored on his computer hard drive and on CDs depicted children of both sexes, from toddlers to teenagers.

Sixty-one images showed children engaged in sadism or sexual activities with animals. Twenty-nine videos came within the most serious categories of child pornography.

Judge Conlon said it was important to note hard-core pornography was a “very small minority” of the material seized.

“There were a number of videos that, in my estimation, would fall into the quite benign category,” he said.

The court heard that Andrusiow was not selling or distributing the pornographic material. However, Judge Conlon said the courts had long recognised that child pornography was not a victimless crime and that accessing and possessing the illegal material was contributing to child abuse.

Andrusiow was convicted on one count of using the internet to access child pornography and one count of possessing child pornography.

He was sentenced to 15 months’ jail, with a non-parole period of six months.

Child porn compulsive, husband tells


17/10/2008 4:00:00 AM

An Albion Park man who claimed he could not stop collecting child pornography pleaded guilty to two charges yesterday in Wollongong Local Court.

Robert Andrusiow, 50, was charged with accessing and possessing child pornography after Australian Federal Police officers raided his home and found thousands of illicit images.

He will be sentenced in the District Court. Andrusiow was arrested as part of a nationwide crackdown on child pornography called Operation Centurion.

Images and videos found stored on CDs in his garage and on his computer hard drive showed children from toddlers to teenagers – ranging from glamour shots to hard-core pornography.

Police said the images included boys and girls in various states of undress involved in sexual acts with adults and other children.

Andrusiow’s computer contained files marked “lol” for Lolita and “HC” for hard-core. During the raid, he phoned his wife and said: “It was like a compulsion” and “I could not stop”.

Andrusiow faces sentencing in Wollongong District Court on November 28.


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