Pervert caught by paedophile hunters back before judge after breaching court orders


A pervert, who previously asked a young “girl” if she would like to see his ‘little willy’ was brought back before a judge after breaching court orders.

Terry Yates, who currently has two suspended jail sentences hanging over him, yesterday (Monday) admitted breaching the terms of his Sexual Harm Prevention Order and his Sex Offenders registration.

But after hearing that no pre-sentence report had been ordered from the probation service Judge Andrew Menary, KC, the Recorder of Liverpool, further remanded him in custody until May 7.
He told him the contents could impact the extent to which the suspended sentences may be activated.

Yates had walked free from court last September despite engaging in sex chats with someone whom he believed was a 14-year-old girl. He sent messages calling the teen his ‘gorgeous princess’ and asking her to look at his ‘little willy’. He also asked her to send him a video of herself ‘giggling’ and asked for photographs of her in her school uniform.

Unknown to him Yates, 41, of Whitworth Close, Birchwood, was actually talking to an account operated by a paedophile hunter group.
He was confronted by members of the group at his home on July 2 last year and when police arrived he was arrested and charged with attempting to engage in sexual communications with a child. He received a suspended jail term.

At Liverpool Crown Court yesterday Yates admitted breaching a Sexual Harm Prevention Order on four occasions on March 17 this year by failing to notify police about two Samsung phones he had acquired and by failing to make them immediately available to police upon request.
He also admitted failing to comply with the terms of his Sex Offenders register by failing to register social media and alias names.


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