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Man from Haverhill goes on sexual offences register

Two teenagers were approached by a man in a car who asked them to get in

Two teenagers were approached by a man in a car who asked them to get in

A Haverhill man caught with hundreds of indecent images of children

has been spared a prison sentence.

Anthony Johnson, 41, was found to have 2,500 images on computers

belonging to him when police visited his home last October.

Johnson, of Chestnut Close, Haverhill, pleaded guilty to four offences of

making indecent images of children.

On Thursday at Ipswich Crown Court, Johnson was given a three

year community order with a requirement to remain under Probation

Service supervision for three years.

Judge Peter Jacobs also ordered Johnson to sign on the sexual offences

register for five years and take part in an Internet Sex Offender Treatment

programme.

Johnson’s arrest came during an operation co-ordinated by the National

Crime Agency in which homes were raided across five counties.

 

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