Wayne Sudama, 41 caught in Dark Justice sting

A pervert from South Tyneside claimed he only turned up to warn a teenage girl about internet dangers when he arrived to meet her.

Wayne Sudama was confronted by paedophile hunters after believing he had been chatting to a 13-year-old schoolgirl called Roxy over dating site Waplog in 2015 but had been duped by Dark Justice, a group that searches the internet looking for men wanting underage sex.

Newcastle Crown Court heard the 41-year-old dad, of Cambridge Avenue, Hebburn, told the girl he thought he was talking to “you are so hot” and, after inviting her to stay at his home, suggested he would get vodka so they could “snuggle up and take it from there”.

 

The court heard that, during the exchange of messages, Suduma told “Roxy” she could sleep in his bed and arranged to meet her at the Centre for Life in Newcastle. Paul Reid, prosecuting, told the court: “A Facebook search revealed his name and photograph and Dark Justice went to the Centre for Life.

 

“The defendant turned up at around 8pm. They identified him from the photographs and called the police.”

 

The court heard Sudama ran off when he was confronted by the group but was recorded on video and he later handed himself in to the police. Mr Reid added: “He said he had no intention of doing anything sexual and said he wanted to shout at her to ask what she was doing talking in this manner online.

 

He said he had children of his own. He said he had no sexual intent. “His intention had been to warn her about what she was doing.” Sudama admitted attempting to meet a child after grooming.

 

Judge Stephen Earl sentenced him to 14 months in jail, suspended for 18 months, and ten years on the sex offenders register. The judge told him: “This was more than just the actions of someone who had realised there was a child online that needs telling off. Clearly, you have not meant that, by virtue of your plea.

 

Even if that was the case, you took it way past that point.” Judge Earl accepted Sudama had never been in trouble before and said he did not expect to see him before the court again.

 

The judge told him:

“Your good name goes and you are publicly humiliated.”

 

David Callan, defending, said Sudama has a job and led a “blameless” life up to now. He said no sexual or pornographic images were sent by Sudama during the messaging.

Wayne Sudama

Convicted paedophile Stephen Short using Badoo dating website

In 2015 Stephen Short, the then 57-year-old pervert tried to groom what he thought was a 13-year-old “girl”, he traveled from his house in Blyth, Northumberland to Newcastle upon Tyne and when confronted he had wine to ply the “girl” with and Viagra to assist him on his devious act.

 

Now 59-year-old Short has signed back up to Badoo, the same website he used to groom the “girl” who infact was a Dark Justice decoy.

He has now moved out of Blyth and is now residing within the North Shields area.

Short pleaded guilty to attempting to meet a child under 16 following sexual grooming and was sentenced to:
– 16 Months imprisonment
– 10 Years Sex offenders Register
– 10 Years Sexual Harm Prevention Order.

Badoo describes it’s self as:

Badoo is a great place to meet fun new people in your area and around the world. It’s packed with exciting users who want to chat, maybe even meet up, and share experiences, interests and friendship. We bring social networking to life by allowing you to chat, make new friends, share photos, maybe even date. You can also tell people about your interests and who you are, and play fun games that let you meet new people. You never know who you’ll find on Badoo.

You can view the video of Stephen Short getting confronted by Dark Justice in 2015 (below): 

If anyone has been unfortunate enough to meet Stephen and he has been around your children, please ring the police as it is a breach of his Sexual Harm Prevention.

 

 

 

Sex offender Barry Scott on dating website

Barry Scott, formerly of Wallsend, North Tyneside was caught by Dark Justice in 2015 after he bought vodka to ply the 14-year-old decoy with, he also bought condoms to as he intended to have sex with the “girl”.

The now 52-year-old has appeared back on the Badoo dating website, stating he is 45-years-old and is living within the Newcastle upon area.

The Badoo website describes it’s self as:

Badoo is a great place to meet fun new people in your area and around the world. It’s packed with exciting users who want to chat, maybe even meet up, and share experiences, interests and friendship. We bring social networking to life by allowing you to chat, make new friends, share photos, maybe even date. You can also tell people about your interests and who you are, and play fun games that let you meet new people. You never know who you’ll find on Badoo.

If anyone has been unfortunate enough to meet Barry and he has been around your children, please ring the police as it is a breach of his Sexual Harm Prevention.

 

 

 

Police are appealing for witnesses after 15-year-old girl is sexually assaulted in Newcastle

Between 5.30pm and 7pm on Thursday evening (25/5) a 15-year-old girl was walking towards Manors Metro via Oxford Street when she was approached by an unknown male.

The man has then grabbed the girl at which point she has pushed him away and fled the area.

Officers searched the area after the girl reported the incident to police later that evening but they were unable to trace the individual responsible.

Now police are appealing for any witnesses to the assault, or anyone who may have seen a man acting suspiciously in the area, to get in touch.

The man is described as white, aged in his 30s, around 6ft 2in tall and of medium build. He was clean shaven and had dark eyebrows.

He was wearing a black zipped hooded top, black trousers and black trainers. He spoke with a Geordie accent and was believed to be drunk at the time of the incident.

Extra police have been deployed in the area to carry out enquiries and to reassure any people who may be concerned about the incident. Those patrols will continue this weekend.

If you are that man, or believe you may know the person responsible, then contact police on 101 quoting reference 1323 25/05/17 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Leeds pervert caged after being caught by Dark Justice trying to meet a child for sex

John Darren Boughton, 38 of Leeds, West Yorkshire traveled from his home to Newcastle upon Tyne after logging in to a children’s chat room under the alias ‘! perv uk m’and  sending a string of sexual messages to what he thought was a 13-year-old girl.

Boughton went on to ask the “girl” if she was a virgin and asked if she would of have sex with him.

 


He turned up in Newcastle early hours in the morning on an estate which he believed the “girl” resided at, but unbeknownst to him Dark Justice were waiting to confront.

When confronted, Dark Justice were on the phone to the police and they were on en route, but Boughton had other intentions and ran off but a Dark Justice member pursued him on foot back to his car where he noted his registration down and passed it to the police, his car pinged an ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) and he was arrested near the MetroCentre, Gateshead.

The offences were carried out between 28th – 30th October 2016 and he was charged with attempting to meet a child following sexual grooming and plead guilty to the offence.

Boughton got handed a 16 month prison sentenced and he was also ordered to abide by a sexual harm prevention order and sign the sex offenders register for 10 years.

E-fit released after 10-year-old girl sexually assaulted outside of a Stockton Community Centre

Police are releasing an E-Fit and appealing for information after a 10-year-old girl was approached by an unknown man in Stockton.

 

The incident occurred on Sunday 14th May at 6pm when an unknown man approached a group of children playing on the grassy hill area of the Parkfield Community Centre in Stockton. The man encouraged the 10-year-old  girl to sit with him, he spoke to her, and sexually assaulted her by kissing her hand.

The girl moved away from the man and informed a family member of what had happened.
The man is described as being mixed race, in his 20s, of short build and around 5 ft 4” to 5 ft 6” tall with short black messy hair with sideburns, a thin moustache and beard which appeared as short dark stubble. The man spoke in broken English which appeared to be his second language and he carried a mobile phone which had a black case.

 

Following the report of this incident, the Stockton Neighbourhood Team has increased their activity in this area.

 

Anyone with information on the identity of the man in the E-fit is asked to contact Acting Detective Sergeant Kevin Carter on the non-emergency number 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or www.crimestoppers-uk.org.

 

Richard Oglesby

PanicGuard: Must have personal safety application for smart phones

PanicGuard is a must have application for smart phones currently it is downloadable on: iOS (Apple), Google Play (Android) and Windows Phone. The Application caters for all different people and professional sectors such as: children, security workers, taxi drivers and dog walkers etc.

Links to application (below):

iOS: Click here to download PanicGuard on iPhone

Google Play (Android): Click here to download PanicGuard on a Android phone

Windows Phone: Click here to download PanicGuard on a Windows Phone

 

To use PanicGuard you will first have to sign up here: Register – PanicGuard

 

 

There are a lot of features within the app, for example when you shake (you can change the sensitivity of your shake) your phone emergency alarm will be raised and your phone will ring your emergency contact and email and text them a link to track your location (which is quite accurate), the application can also be used to tell your emergency contact when you’ve departed and arrived safely from a location and how long it should take you to travel and that’s not all, if you do unfortunately have to use this application, the application also takes video/sound recording evidence to give your emergency contact a good description to pass on to the relevant authorities if the flashing light and sound doesn’t fend off the suspect.

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Pervert who was SPARED prison for sexual activity with a girl, 13, is jailed for two years after sending explicit images to ‘paedophile hunters’ Dark Justice posing as ANOTHER young child

A pervert who was spared jail when he groomed a 13-year-old girl is now behind bars after vigilante paedophile hunters caught him trying to meet another child.

Richard Oglesby, 26, was told to sign the sex offenders’ register in 2011 after he had sexual activity with an underage teenager he befriended on Facebook.

He underwent treatment to try and stop his offending but has now been jailed for two years after being trapped by a Dark Justice sting.


Newcastle Crown Court heard the group, who pose as children online to expose paedophiles, had set up a profile on a messaging site called Scout.

Oglesby made contact with the ‘girl’ – who Dark Justice named Hayley – late last year, then quickly said ‘bye’ when told it belonged to a 13-year-old.

But the court heard that within weeks, Oglesby got in touch with the ‘girl’ again and initially engaged in friendly chat, which quickly turned sexual.

Prosecutor Emma Dowling told the court: ‘He asked, “do you want some company in bed?”

‘Eleven minutes later, he sent another message asking “are you a virgin?”.’

The court heard the graphic chat developed into Oglesby sending the ‘girl’ a picture of his penis, with the caption ‘mmm, you like?’ and asking for naked pictures of the schoolgirl in exchange.

When Oglesby turned up to meet the ‘girl’, so he could ‘get a kiss’, he was confronted by Dark Justice and drove off.

The group, who have been responsible for dozens of convictions of paedophiles, tracked him to his home and handed a file of evidence about him to the police

Oglesby, from Sunderland, admitted attempting to meet a child after grooming.

Judge Amanda Rippon sentenced him to two years behind bars with a lifelong Sexual Harm Prevention Order and ten years on the sex offenders’ register.

The judge told him: ‘You began conversations with what you understood to be a 13-year-old girl.

‘The conversations were relatively platonic for the first few weeks but that changed and you decided you would ask her whether or not she was a virgin and whether she wanted company in bed.

‘You knew it was wrong. The messages continued, you wanted to meet her, kiss her, cuddle her.

‘You knew it was wrong, you made it plain during the messages.’

The court heard it was in August 2011 Oglesby was given a community order or having sexual activity with a 13-year-old girl and he has breached court orders relating to that conviction since.

Judge Rippon told him: ‘I am quite satisfied you pose a risk to underage girls, girls under 16.’

Jacqueline Coxon, defending, told the court Oglesby fails to appreciate ‘sexual boundaries’ but did not intentionally set out to chat to a child when he went on the site.

Miss Coxon added: ‘He is a hard working young man who has had a decent upbringing.

‘He accepts there is still work that needs to be done to prevent further offending.’