An HIV-positive Telford man caught by paedophile hunters while trying to meet a year-old boy for sex has been jailed. David Cox, 52, of Winifreds Drive, Donnington, had gone to Wednesfield Park in Wolverhampton on March 18 believing he was meeting a boy whose profile he had found on the gay dating app Grindr. Instead he was met by members of the Internet Interceptors group who confronted him with evidence of graphic sexual images and messages he had sent to the fictitious boy, who he believed was from Wolverhampton. The fake profile was set up by Wolverhampton members of the Internet Interceptors, a group which works across the country to gather evidence against paedophiles. The court was told that Cox had gone to the meeting with a bag of sexual items, but no condoms — despite being HIV positive.
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Paul A. On February 22, , appellant entered a plea of guilty and was convicted on two counts of rape, one count of attempted rape, and one count of kidnapping. On April 11, , appellant was ordered to concurrently serve six to 25 years for the first count of rape and five to 25 years for the second count of rape. The trial court ordered that these terms be served consecutively with a sentence of six to 25 years for attempted rape and three to 15 years for kidnapping. In January , appellant was classified as a sexual predator. For the reasons set forth below, we affirm the decision of the trial court.
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Tarboro man charged with 10 sex offenses. David Cox. An investigation that began on July 4 by the Tarboro Police Department regarding accusations of multiple sex offenses for at least a 5-year period came to a close on Monday when law enforcement arrested a Tarboro man and charged him with 10 sex offenses that dated back as far as January of
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