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Leon Frederick Wallace, 37, was before a court for the third time for assaulting prison officers.
Andrew Jon Wadas, 38, has been in custody since his arrest at a beach near Swansea last December where he was hoping to meet an 11-year-old boy.
Wadas has previous convictions on his record for child sex offences.
He will face Newcastle District Court next week where a sentence date will be set. "Make friends, sex fiend told" (15-6-2011) A Convicted pedophile with a history of abducting young girls off the street needed to brush up his social skills so he would no longer be a high risk of reoffending in a significant way, a court was told yesterday.
Ian William Walker, who is now 64, faced Bundaberg District Court yesterday and pleaded guilty to indecently treating a child under the age of 16 who was in his care.
Prosecutor Dzenita Balic said the girl's family had known Walker and his wife, who ran a child care service, for about four years.
Waghorn, now 51, was jailed for 14 years in 1992 after he attacked a 10-year-old girl as she walked home.
He grabbed her, forced her into his car and later sexually assaulted her.
"Drug rapist jailed" (4-4-2007) A chronic ice user who kidnapped and assaulted a teenager before raping him at knifepoint, will spend at least 5 1/2 years behind bars.
Michael Scott Wald, 22, was fuelled by a volatile mixture of alcohol and the dangerous methamphetamine when he abducted his male victim from Frankston in March last year and raped him twice beside a railway track.
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Convicted and jailed 14 years ago in Melbourne for 4 counts of sexual penetration of a person aged between 10 and 16, 4 counts of indecent assault, and one count of gross indecency. The Supreme Court in Brisbane heard Shane Waghorn remained a high risk to the community but if he continued with one-on-one therapy with a psychologist there was a chance he could be released late this year on a supervised order.