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Loudon has been charged with breaching the strict conditions imposed on him under the Dangerous Prisoners Sexual Offences Act by having unsupervised interaction with two children.

He fronted Townsville Magistrates Court charged with two counts of breaching a supervision order.

He was remanded to reappear on November 14.



Loudon has had his supervision order extended after a psychiatrist report stating he was still a moderate risk of re-offending.

Qld child abuser must wear tracker: judge

Christine Flatley, AAP March 26, 2013, 2:24 pm

A man who repeatedly abused children over a 20-year period has failed to convince a court he should have his monitoring anklet removed.

Kevin Michael Loudon was released from jail in 2007 on a strict community-based supervision order after serving multiple lengthy sentences for raping and abusing young boys and girls in far north Queensland.

He breached the supervision order in 2009 and was released back into the community on the provision he wear a GPS tracking device and abide by a curfew.

Late last year lawyers acting for Loudon wrote to Queensland Corrective Services asking that the device and curfew requirements be removed from the order.

Through his lawyers, Loudon argued the anklet caused him stress and anxiety because he couldn’t conceal it easily when in public.

He also argued his good behaviour warranted a relaxation in his restrictions.

However in a written judgment published on Tuesday, Brisbane Supreme Court Justice Martin Daubney disagreed, ruling Loudon was still a risk to the community.





Troy Myers

Posted: January 31, 2013 by Serendipity in NSW, Photo
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Serial paedophile caught doing drugs before escape

Article from: The Daily-Telegraph

By Joe Hildebrand

December 20, 2008 12:00am

A PAEDOPHILE who went on the run after ditching his satellite security bracelet was caught taking drugs and drinking before he fled.

The Daily Telegraph can also reveal it was three days after he absconded before an arrest warrant was issued.

The 28-year-old Campbelltown man was arrested late yesterday after police issued a public alert.

Troy Myers was released in late September after serving four years for aggravated sexual assault of a person under 16. He was fitted with the tracking device by Corrective Services who feared he may offend again.

The Daily Telegraph understands shortly after his release he breached parole by taking the methamphetamine ice, detected in a Corrective Services urine test, was imprisoned and released by a magistrate.

Weeks later he was urine tested again and found to have the drug in his blood. Again he was jailed and again a a magistrate released him.

Then on Sunday in a random alcohol breath test he blew 0.119, which is thought to be why he fled, knowing this time there was little chance of avoiding prison.

Despite Myers breaching the test and fleeing on Sunday, it is understood an arrest warrant was not issued until Wednesday. It was two more days before the public was made aware a man “considered dangerous and not to be approached” was on the loose.

Police defended the delays, saying they were hunting him from the start.


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