Cheshire news Predator groomed girl into thinking they had 'loving relationship' MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - The man was dropping the girl off at her Warrington home before her parents woke up

Cheshire news Predator groomed girl into thinking they had 'loving relationship' MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - The man was dropping the girl off at her Warrington home before her parents woke up

Cheshire news  Predator groomed girl into thinking they had 'loving relationship' MetiNews.Com
01 July 2020 - 09:48

Breaking News ! A sexual predator who convinced a young girl that they had a "loving relationship" has been jailed for more than five years. Jack Parker, from Blackpool, met his victim online in June 2019 and began grooming the 15-year-old over the next six months. The 32-year-old preyed on the schoolgirl from Warrington by telling her that they were in fact in a relationship. Parker even travelled to her home on December 21 and gave her a mobile phone so they could talk in secret - without her parents' knowledge. The next day he came back to her house and had sexual intercourse with the schoolgirl. A week later, on the evening of Saturday December 28, Parker collected the victim from her home and took her back to his flat in Blackpool so that the pair could once again engage in sexual activity. He took her back to Warrington in the early hours of Sunday, so that she was home before her parents woke up. Read More Related Articles What to do if you've been scammed by fake NHS 'test and trace' service Read More Related Articles Man knocked off his bike by BMW driver and threatened with machete Parker arranged to meet the girl again the following weekend. However, prior to the meeting the victim’s mum found the secret mobile phone and contacted Cheshire Constabulary. The phone was analysed by officers, who found numerous inappropriate images and messages linked to Parker. He was subsequently arrested at his flat in Blackpool, where officers recovered a number of other electronic devices which contained further incriminating evidence. Parker was also found in possession of a number of letters addressed to the victim and her parents. In letters to the parents he attempted to explain his actions and even asked for permission to maintain contact with the victim. He was subsequently charged with a total of 11 offences. Parker, who was previously known as Adam Carling, pleaded guilty to three counts of sexual activity with a child and also admitted meeting a child after grooming and breach of a previous sexual harm prevention order. The remaining offences will lie on file. Parker was sentenced at Liverpool Crown Court on Tuesday (June 30). Latest crime and court stories Probation failings over serial rapist Machete attacker cut man's hand off Dealer caught with £100k drugs in bin Mum beaten in Mother's Day attack He was handed a special custodial sentence of nine years and four months, which comprises of a custodial term of five years and four months and an extended licence period of four years. Following the sentencing, Detective Constable Laura Gilbert, of Warrington CID, said: “This has been a complex and lengthy investigation which ultimately uncovered Parker's despicable behaviour. “It was apparent throughout the investigation that Parker is a sexual predator who preyed on a vulnerable young girl and had no regard for the effects his actions would have on the victim or her family.

. “Those actions were premeditated and devious. “It is clear from reviewing the evidence in the case that Parker knew what he was doing was wrong, and that he went to great lengths to conceal his behaviour. “I am pleased that this case has been brought to a swift conclusion for the sake of the victim and her family and I hope that Parker uses this time in prison to reflect on the devastating effects his actions have had. “I would like to thank the victim for showing such bravery throughout this investigation, and her family for the support they have provided, both to their daughter and the investigation throughout. This has greatly assisted the police in bringing Parker to justice and helped to safeguard the wider community going forward. “I also hope this case and the sentence that Parker has received encourages other victims of sexual offences to come forward and report them to us. We treat reports of sexual offences extremely seriously, and any allegations will be thoroughly investigated, with the wishes and needs of the victim as our main priority.” Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner David Keane said: “Crimes of this nature are abhorrent and often have a life-changing impact on survivors. The courage shown by the victim in this case is commendable and has undoubtedly helped to make our communities safer. “As well as ensuring that justice is delivered, one of my top priorities continues to be making sure that survivors of these extremely serious crimes have access to the specialist support they need to help them to cope and recover.” Sign up to the CheshireLive newsletter Did you know we offer a free email newsletter service? Each CheshireLive bulletin delivers the latest breaking news, what's on events and the hottest talking points straight to your inbox. For more information about how - and why - to subscribe, click here. For advice on identifying signs of sexual exploitation click here. To report a sexual offence call Cheshire Constabulary on 101. Information can also be given online at https://www.cheshire.police.uk/ro/report or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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