'Dangerous' and 'prolific' Peterborough sex offender who posed 'significant risk' jailed
A Peterborough sex offender who breached a number of orders has been jailed for four years.
Aaron Goosey, 36, of Sheepwalk, Paston was listed on the Sex Offenders Register and subject to a Sexual Harm Prevention Order put in place to monitor his behaviour whilst in the community.
Officers had reason to believe he was in breach of the order and a warrant was executed at his home on February 2.
They discovered an iPad containing images of two young children he had taken without permission and a laptop hidden under his mattress.
Goosey was also found to be using Facebook and Twitter under false names.
He was charged with two counts of breaching a Sexual Harm Prevention Order and one count of failing to comply with notification requirements of the Sex Offenders Register.
Goosey pleaded guilty to all counts and was sentenced at Peterborough Crown Court on Tuesday.
Detective Sergeant Amerjit Singh said: “Goosey had a prolific history of criminal offences, including possession of indecent images and exposure. He is a dangerous sex offender, who is a capable groomer and manipulator of vulnerable people. The judge clearly felt that Goosey posed a significant risk to the public and therefore gave a four year sentence.”