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When asked by detectives during an interview if he wanted to pursue a relationship with the girl, Allen replied: "Oh possibly later on, yeah . "These types of offences are extraordinarily serious," Mr Chicken said."They can have significant psychological impacts on the victims." Mr Chicken declined to send Allen to jail because he had good rehabilitation prospects and the offence appeared a "momentary aberration".He had admitted trying to coax the 12-year-old into the shopping centre's toilets with the promise that he would buy him "anything" if the child touched his genitals.Magistrate Darryl Pearce rejected a request from Alnaghy's lawyer, Aaron Kernaghan, to impose a suspended prison sentence instead of full-time jail.The 76-year-old was sentenced to a maximum 14 years in prison in November 2000 for a string of serious sex crimes involving 11 boys.He was sentenced to a further three years behind bars, to be served concurrently, in 2002 after he pleaded guilty to fresh allegations involving a nine-year-old boy and a 10-year-old boy.Given the kidnapping sentence was to be served concurrently with the sexual intercourse sentence, the change effectively makes no difference to the amount of time Allen will spend in jail.
He previously pleaded not guilty, but was convicted following a hearing. The girl told police she was initially shocked then became upset and told a friend. Mr Chicken said Allen "perceived there was some encouragement from this young lady" and that Allen exercised "very poor judgment".
"Dapto paedophile jailed for trying to lure boy" (30-5-2013) A self-confessed paedophile who repeatedly tried to lure a young boy into the toilets at Westfield Warrawong has lodged an appeal against a 12-month prison sentence.
Former high-school science teacher Mohamad Mohmoud Alnaghy, 58, of Dapto, had pleaded guilty to a single charge of procuring a child under 14 for unlawful sexual activity.
Ross Frederick Allen received a one-year suspended jail sentence yesterday after Newcastle Local Court magistrate John Chicken previously found one count of aggravated indecent assault proven.
Allen, of Marty Avenue, Salamander Bay, was an upholsterer and driver at Port Stephens Coaches, a police statement said.