Crawley man jailed for string of child sex offences

The Argus: Crawley man jailed for strong of child sex offences Crawley man jailed for strong of child sex offences

A 21-year-old man has been sentenced to two years' imprisonment for sexual offences against three children.

Lloyd Breach, unemployed, of Ifield Wood, Crawley, appeared before Hove Court Court on 3 December charged with sexual assault, inciting a girl 13 to 15-years-old to engage in sexual activity, grooming,  attempted grooming and seven counts of possession of indecent images.

He has been given a five year sexual offences prevention order, been placed on the sex offenders register for 10 years and the indecent material has been destroyed.

DC Mark Butcher said: "This man preyed on young girls who were brave enough to come forward to talk about his actions.

"He groomed two girls and committed further offences against another girl.

"I am pleased he pleaded guilty to these crimes and that he has been punished accordingly.

"I would urge anyone who has been subject of any kind of sexual abuse to report it to police and we will give them all the support they need."


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