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Appleby man sentenced for engaging under-age girls in lewd online chat

Carlisle Crown Court

[A] MAN who engaged two children in lewd online chat has been sentenced by a judge.

Carlisle Crown Court heard Daniel McKenzie Bradley, 33, used Snapchat to seek out under-16s. He engaged two girls – one of who was aged “in the region of nine or 10” – in sexual live conversation which he saved after installing a screen recording application.

He also requested explicit photographs.

Bradley was sentenced today (THURS) after admitting attempting to intentionally incite a female aged under 16 to engage in sexual activity; and causing or inciting a different girl to engage in sexual activity.

He also admitted downloading almost 100 illegal images – some classed in category A, the most serious.

Hearing of Bradley’s “genuine remorse” and desire to change his ways, Judge Peter Hughes QC imposed a three-year community order. The judge concluded this would benefit society and prevent repeat offending.

Bradley, previously of Battlebarrow, Appleby, and now of Chorley, must complete a sex offender treatment course and a rehabilitation requirement.

He must also sign the sex offenders’ register for five years.

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