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Age:   80  (2017)

Location:   Warradale  VIC 

Offence:  One count of possessing child pornography, and one count of possessing child pornography depicting a child aged under 14 years

Sentence:  One year suspended sentence on condition Webster obey a $50 good behaviour bond for 18 months. 

Other:   The prosecutor said the videos were not isolated offences as Webster’s internet search history showed he had previously accessed similar material. The offences were committed around the same time as Webster was working as a Santa Claus at Southgate Plaza in Morphett Vale. He stood trial in the District Court charged with five aggravated counts of indecent assault at Southgate Plaza in Morphett Vale and Kalara Reserve in Davoren Park in December 2012 & was found not guilty.




Remorseless rapist threatened women with cattle prod during home invasions in Adelaide’s northern suburbs

  • Court Reporter Ken McGregor
  • The Advertiser
  • January 27, 2015 11:06AM

A “REMORSELESS” rapist who threatened women with a cattle prod during violent home invasions has been jailed for ten years.

Andrew Phillip Lindsay, 31, of Burton, had been found guilty of two counts of rape, robbery, assault, and one count each of serious criminal trespass and theft.

In sentencing today, District Court Judge Steven Millsteed said Lindsay had used a cattle prod to intimidate a mother before raping her while her 8-year-old daughter slept during a terrifying home invasion at Davoren Park in October 2012.

“You engaged in brazen home invasions. You and your accomplices terrorised the victims with weapons, including a cattle prod and stole property,” he said.

He said Lindsay had also used the cattle prod to commit another home invasion where he had kicked in the front door of a Smithfield house where a mother lived with her 11-year-old son.

“In both cases (the victims) were at home alone with their young children. They must have been desperately frightened for their children.

“Your conduct was grave, cowardly and despicable.”

Judge Millsteed said Lindsay had not shown a “drop of remorse or contrition” since DNA evidence pinned him as the culprit.

“Offences of this type are not only an outrage to the victims but also to the community in general.”

He sentenced Lindsay to ten years jail with a non-parole period of six years and six months.


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Repeat paedophile has jail term extended

  • From: AAP
  • June 22, 2010 1:06PM

A REPEAT child sex offender has had his jail term extended after pleading guilty to an offence dating back more than 10 years.

In the South Australian District Court today, Judge Geoffrey Muecke added nine months to the seven-year jail sentence John William Moxon is already serving.

The 68-year-old was jailed in 2007 for a series of sex offences against a nine-year-old girl, including one he videotaped.

He later admitted to another offence against an 11-year-old girl in 1999.

Judge Muecke said Moxon had been abused himself as a young boy while living in a children’s home.
A psychiatric report also found that he displayed significant sexually deviant behaviour.

The judge said Moxon’s nine-month sentence for the 1999 offence would be consecutively to his original seven-year sentence.

He also added six months to Moxon’s non-parole period, taking it to five years.

Jamie Bell

Posted: October 17, 2012 by Serendipity in Location, South Australia
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Jail for child abductor dubbed every parent’s nightmare


January 18, 2008 01:15pm

A MAN who abducted and sexually abused two girls, and tried to abduct a third child, will be eligible for parole in a little more than four years.

Jamie Bell, 31, was sentenced in the District Court today for committing what a judge described as “every parent’s nightmare”.

Judge Steven Millsteed said crimes such as Bell’s sent a “chill through the community in general”.

“These were not impulsive crimes. They reveal a pattern of behaviour of preying on young girls playing in school grounds or on the street,” he said.

Bell pleaded guilty to two counts of abducting a child under the age of 16, two counts of indecent assault, one of attempted abduction of a child under 16 and one of gross indecency.

He approached the girls, aged eight, nine and 10, in April, August and September, 2005, at Angle Park, Davoren Park and Smithfield Plains.

The court heard that at the time Bell was on bail charged with the rape of a 15-year-old girl.

He was later acquitted of rape but pleaded guilty to unlawful sexual intercourse and jailed.

In two of his attacks, Bell approached his victims asking them to help him find his dog.

The first girl he approached was the 10-year-old and managed to entice her into his car.

Bell drove her to a vacant home where he indecently touched her in the yard before letting her go after she started to cry.

Four months later he tried to abduct the nine-year-old girl but she refused to get into his car and walked away.

Three weeks later he abducted the eight-year-old girl after he saw her fall off her bike and encouraged her into his car with the promise to get some tools to fix her bike.

Instead he drove to a reserve where he undressed her, indecently touched her and exposed himself. Bell dropped her off at a church after she started to cry.

Bell was arrested by police who were investigating the report of a man who, the day before the abduction of the third girl, had approached a 14-year-old girl in the street and asked her if she was interested in becoming a model.

The man gave the teenager a mobile phone number which turned out to be Bell’s.

Bell had denied he was the person involved in the abductions and attempted abductions but changed his plea to guilty on the day he was due to face trial.

The court heard that at the time of the offences against the girl’s Bell had been living with his girlfriend.

Judge Millsteed said Bell told a psychiatrist he had an attraction to adolescent girls.

The psychiatrist expressed a view Bell had reasonable prospects of rehabilitation.

Judge Millsteed said he took into account time Bell had already served in custody, jailing him for seven years and three months with a non-parole period of four years and three months.


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