Richard E. Aikey Jr – Repeat Sex Offender Whining Pedophile gets maximum


Before he was sentenced to 15 years in state prison Wednesday, two-time convicted sex offender Richard E. Aikey Jr. had plenty to say.

With tears streaming down his face and a in cracking voice, Aikey, 33, of Hopewell, lamented the loss of his freedom. He fell short of admitting his guilt and said nothing about the girl he was convicted of molesting after he was released from prison for sexually abusing three boys.

“When I was released in 2001, I did everything I could to live as a productive member of society,” said Aikey, standing before Ontario County Judge Frederick Reed clad in brown prison garb and shackles. “I did counseling, I never had a problem with my parole officer, I met a wonderful woman who always stood by me regardless of my past.”

Reed saved his remorse, however, for Aikey’s latest victim, a 12-year-old, and imposed the maximum sentence: 15 years in prison and then 20 years of post-release supervision.

After a three-day trial last month in county court, a jury found Aikey guilty of endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree course of sexual conduct against a child. The latter charge accused him of sexually abusing the girl more than twice over a three-month period.

Before handing down the sentence, Reed told Aikey that his crimes “had a huge impact on the victims and the community.”

“You are the sort of person who puts fear into the hearts of the 100,000 people of Ontario County, because you are a child predator,” he said sternly.

Aikey, already a Level 3 sex offender, was convicted of repeatedly sexually abusing the girl between January 2005 and February 2008. The girl and her 9-year-old sister took the stand as prosecution witnesses against Aikey, the younger girl saying she saw the abuse.

Aikey was sentenced as a “second child-sexual-assault felony offender” because of his prior conviction for first-degree sexual abuse. In that case, he was found guilty of molesting three boys, ages 7, 10 and 11, whom he was baby-sitting.

Assistant District Attorney James Ritts argued for the maximum sentence, saying that Aikey needed to be locked up to keep other children safe.

“We can put his face on a poster, we can put it on a billboard, but it won’t stop him from sexually abusing children,” Ritts said.

Defense attorney James Miller said that, aside from the arrests in 1995 and 2008, Aikey stayed out of trouble and even managed to hold down a well-paying job.

“This is someone who can be rehabilitated. He should be out earning his own keep,” Miller said.
He also told the judge Aikey himself was sexually abused as a child, an assertion that did not come up at trial. Miller said that he will appeal the conviction.

None of the victim’s family members attended the sentencing, but Aikey’s mother, Ruth, and two of his neighbors did. They declined comment.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

Anthony Giallella – Repeat Sex Offender – Whining Begging Baby Raper

Previous Conviction:

  • Conviction date: 2/5/2001
  • Sodomy-3rd Degree
  • Offender’s age at conviction: 63
  • Victim Age: 16


A 70-year-old Brattleboro man denied charges of having sexual contact with a 10-year-old girl.

Anthony Giallella pleaded innocent in Brattleboro District Court to two felony counts of lewd and lascivious conduct with a child under the age of 16.

Giallella faces up to 15 years in prison for each charge.

According to court records, Giallella is accused of touching the girl multiple times between June and September, as well as taking explicit photographs of her.

Giallella is a convicted sex offender listed on the sex offender registry, court records state.

After pleading innocent, Giallella was lodged at Southern State Correctional Facility in Springfield on $5,000 bail, according to court records.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

Anthony Giallella – Repeat Sex Offender – Whining Begging Baby Raper

Previous Conviction:

  • Conviction date: 2/5/2001
  • Sodomy-3rd Degree
  • Offender’s age at conviction: 63
  • Victim Age: 16


A 70-year-old Brattleboro man denied charges of having sexual contact with a 10-year-old girl.

Anthony Giallella pleaded innocent in Brattleboro District Court to two felony counts of lewd and lascivious conduct with a child under the age of 16.

Giallella faces up to 15 years in prison for each charge.

According to court records, Giallella is accused of touching the girl multiple times between June and September, as well as taking explicit photographs of her.

Giallella is a convicted sex offender listed on the sex offender registry, court records state.

After pleading innocent, Giallella was lodged at Southern State Correctional Facility in Springfield on $5,000 bail, according to court records.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

Patrick Manluccia – Career pedophile baby raper – original offense too old to put him on a registry – He had never stopped molesting children

“How come he wasn’t put into the sex registry?” the great aunt asked. “Why was he allowed to live in a building with children living there. I understand he has rights, but he’s been around children for years. There could be other victims.”

In fact, Manluccia’s record of offenses against children dates back long before 1979. Two years earlier, he had been convicted of two counts of risk of injury to a minor, and in 1964, he was convicted of three risk of injury counts, according to Danbury police.

The two men had him get undressed, showed him pictures of naked women, then took photographs while he was sexually aroused, the 13-year-old boy told the Youth Bureau detective back in 1979.

They said they were going to sell the photos to someone in California, and said they would give the boy part of the money.

One day, however, the boy told police, the pair lured him to one of their apartments with the promise of a bicycle and stereo. This time, instead of taking pictures, one of them grabbed him from behind and pinned his arms. The second man began fondling him. The boy kicked one of his attackers in the groin and fled.

Had that incident occurred 10 years later, Patrick Manluccia’s name would likely have appeared on the state’s Sex Offender Registry, and the mother of another young boy who allegedly was molested by Manluccia in the past year would have been aware that her neighbor was a convicted pedophile.

But when state legislators established the registry in 1998, they directed police to list only those offenders who had served time in prison for sex-related crimes after October 1988, according to Connecticut State Police Lt. Sam Izzarelli, commander of the sex offender registry unit.

By then, Manluccia had long since completed his sentence for the 1979 case, so his name wasn’t included.

On Sept. 25, Manluccia, now 69 and living on North Street, was again arrested by Youth Bureau detectives after the boy’s mother accused him of sexually assaulting her son.

“My niece is very upset,” the latest victim’s great-aunt told The News-Times. “She feels like she’s the only one that didn’t know of his past. She feels like it’s her fault, even though it’s not.”

The News-Times doesn’t identify the victims of sexual assault. To protect the boy’s identity, the newspaper is also not naming two relatives, his grandmother and great aunt, who were interviewed for this story.

Manluccia was charged with two counts of first-degree sexual assault, a single count of fourth-degree sexual assault, and several counts of risk of injury. He remains in custody in Bridgeport Correctional Center under $1 million bond.

The day before the arrest, the boy was playing in a wooded area with other children, and Manluccia took him inside his apartment “to check for bugs,” the great aunt said.

He had the child disrobe, and that’s when the assault occurred. That evening, the boy told his mother, and she contacted police, the great aunt said.

Although the boy’s relatives said he was only assaulted by Manluccia once, files at Danbury Superior Court indicate that at least some of the offenses, including one of the sexual assaults, took place up to a year ago.

“How come he wasn’t put into the sex registry?” the great aunt asked. “Why was he allowed to live in a building with children living there. I understand he has rights, but he’s been around children for years. There could be other victims.”

In fact, Manluccia’s record of offenses against children dates back long before 1979. Two years earlier, he had been convicted of two counts of risk of injury to a minor, and in 1964, he was convicted of three risk of injury counts, according to Danbury police.

Details of those earlier incidents were expunged from the public record years ago. The 1977 arrest occurred in Watertown, and police there said the department only keeps case records for 20 years.

It’s a situation common to many departments, according to West Hartford Police Chief James Strillacci, head of the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association.

“Record space is finite. You can’t go back to the beginning of time,” he said.

But the newspaper was able to interview a former Danbury man who said he was involved in the 1964 case, which revolved around a “weight-lifting club” that recruited seventh- and eighth-grade boys at St. Joseph’s School.

“You had to understand the time frame,” the former Danbury resident said. “We were so naive. None of us had this in our conscious, it just wasn’t talked about.”

There was no “weight-lifting club,'” and there weren’t even any weights, he said. There was, however, the bath house at the Town Park, where, the former resident said Manluccia would run his fingers over a recruit’s inner thigh, “checking for the vein” that would supposedly determine whether they could become a weight lifter.

“He would touch us on the inner thigh and tell us to cough,” said the victim, now in his 50s and living out-of-state. “It was the initiation to see whether you could be a weight lifter, and you had to keep going through the initiation. It’s hard to believe that we would fall for that, but it was a very confusing and awkward time.”

As far as the victim knew, no one was actually fondled by Manluccia. But a refusal to undergo “the initiation” would result in threats that Manluccia’s two pals, muscular, hulking men who looked “like gorillas” to the young boys, would beat them up, he said.

Eventually, one of the boys became so traumatized by the threats that he confided in one of the nuns at the school. The nun went to police, and Manluccia was subsequently convicted of three risk of injury counts.

Danbury police also investigated a 2001 complaint filed by the mother of a 9-year-old boy who Manluccia allegedly tried to convince to undress at the Danbury Town Park. During that investigation, Manluccia told police he had “been framed” in the Watertown case, and the 1979 arrest “was a big mistake.” He told the detective that the 13-year-old boy lied about the 1979 incident because of his own family problems.

Police eventually determined that no sexual contact had taken place in the 2001 case and Manluccia wasn’t charged.

State Rep. Michael Lawlor, D-East Haven, co-chair of the General Assembly’s Judiciary Committee, said there was “nothing magic” about the 10-year look-back that was written into the sex offender law.

“It seemed like a workable number for the police that were going to manage (the registry), and that’s what most other states were doing at the time,” Lawlor said. “The further you go back, the harder it is to track these guys down.”

Including those offenders who had completed their sentences before 1988 could have made compiling the list more difficult, because of changes in the laws defining risk of injury and some sexual assault charges before then, he said.

Some people charged with risk of injury never had sexual contact with children.

“You could be charged with risk of injury for giving fireworks to a kid, or driving too fast with a child in your car,” Lawlor said.

If he is convicted of the most recent charges. Manluccia would be required to register for life as a sex offender. But that’s little consolation to the latest victim’s family.

“I would like to see that this didn’t happen to any other children,” the boy’s grandmother said. “It (the registry list) should be extended back even further.”

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

Patrick Manluccia – Career pedophile baby raper – original offense too old to put him on a registry – He had never stopped molesting children

“How come he wasn’t put into the sex registry?” the great aunt asked. “Why was he allowed to live in a building with children living there. I understand he has rights, but he’s been around children for years. There could be other victims.”

In fact, Manluccia’s record of offenses against children dates back long before 1979. Two years earlier, he had been convicted of two counts of risk of injury to a minor, and in 1964, he was convicted of three risk of injury counts, according to Danbury police.

The two men had him get undressed, showed him pictures of naked women, then took photographs while he was sexually aroused, the 13-year-old boy told the Youth Bureau detective back in 1979.

They said they were going to sell the photos to someone in California, and said they would give the boy part of the money.

One day, however, the boy told police, the pair lured him to one of their apartments with the promise of a bicycle and stereo. This time, instead of taking pictures, one of them grabbed him from behind and pinned his arms. The second man began fondling him. The boy kicked one of his attackers in the groin and fled.

Had that incident occurred 10 years later, Patrick Manluccia’s name would likely have appeared on the state’s Sex Offender Registry, and the mother of another young boy who allegedly was molested by Manluccia in the past year would have been aware that her neighbor was a convicted pedophile.

But when state legislators established the registry in 1998, they directed police to list only those offenders who had served time in prison for sex-related crimes after October 1988, according to Connecticut State Police Lt. Sam Izzarelli, commander of the sex offender registry unit.

By then, Manluccia had long since completed his sentence for the 1979 case, so his name wasn’t included.

On Sept. 25, Manluccia, now 69 and living on North Street, was again arrested by Youth Bureau detectives after the boy’s mother accused him of sexually assaulting her son.

“My niece is very upset,” the latest victim’s great-aunt told The News-Times. “She feels like she’s the only one that didn’t know of his past. She feels like it’s her fault, even though it’s not.”

The News-Times doesn’t identify the victims of sexual assault. To protect the boy’s identity, the newspaper is also not naming two relatives, his grandmother and great aunt, who were interviewed for this story.

Manluccia was charged with two counts of first-degree sexual assault, a single count of fourth-degree sexual assault, and several counts of risk of injury. He remains in custody in Bridgeport Correctional Center under $1 million bond.

The day before the arrest, the boy was playing in a wooded area with other children, and Manluccia took him inside his apartment “to check for bugs,” the great aunt said.

He had the child disrobe, and that’s when the assault occurred. That evening, the boy told his mother, and she contacted police, the great aunt said.

Although the boy’s relatives said he was only assaulted by Manluccia once, files at Danbury Superior Court indicate that at least some of the offenses, including one of the sexual assaults, took place up to a year ago.

“How come he wasn’t put into the sex registry?” the great aunt asked. “Why was he allowed to live in a building with children living there. I understand he has rights, but he’s been around children for years. There could be other victims.”

In fact, Manluccia’s record of offenses against children dates back long before 1979. Two years earlier, he had been convicted of two counts of risk of injury to a minor, and in 1964, he was convicted of three risk of injury counts, according to Danbury police.

Details of those earlier incidents were expunged from the public record years ago. The 1977 arrest occurred in Watertown, and police there said the department only keeps case records for 20 years.

It’s a situation common to many departments, according to West Hartford Police Chief James Strillacci, head of the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association.

“Record space is finite. You can’t go back to the beginning of time,” he said.

But the newspaper was able to interview a former Danbury man who said he was involved in the 1964 case, which revolved around a “weight-lifting club” that recruited seventh- and eighth-grade boys at St. Joseph’s School.

“You had to understand the time frame,” the former Danbury resident said. “We were so naive. None of us had this in our conscious, it just wasn’t talked about.”

There was no “weight-lifting club,'” and there weren’t even any weights, he said. There was, however, the bath house at the Town Park, where, the former resident said Manluccia would run his fingers over a recruit’s inner thigh, “checking for the vein” that would supposedly determine whether they could become a weight lifter.

“He would touch us on the inner thigh and tell us to cough,” said the victim, now in his 50s and living out-of-state. “It was the initiation to see whether you could be a weight lifter, and you had to keep going through the initiation. It’s hard to believe that we would fall for that, but it was a very confusing and awkward time.”

As far as the victim knew, no one was actually fondled by Manluccia. But a refusal to undergo “the initiation” would result in threats that Manluccia’s two pals, muscular, hulking men who looked “like gorillas” to the young boys, would beat them up, he said.

Eventually, one of the boys became so traumatized by the threats that he confided in one of the nuns at the school. The nun went to police, and Manluccia was subsequently convicted of three risk of injury counts.

Danbury police also investigated a 2001 complaint filed by the mother of a 9-year-old boy who Manluccia allegedly tried to convince to undress at the Danbury Town Park. During that investigation, Manluccia told police he had “been framed” in the Watertown case, and the 1979 arrest “was a big mistake.” He told the detective that the 13-year-old boy lied about the 1979 incident because of his own family problems.

Police eventually determined that no sexual contact had taken place in the 2001 case and Manluccia wasn’t charged.

State Rep. Michael Lawlor, D-East Haven, co-chair of the General Assembly’s Judiciary Committee, said there was “nothing magic” about the 10-year look-back that was written into the sex offender law.

“It seemed like a workable number for the police that were going to manage (the registry), and that’s what most other states were doing at the time,” Lawlor said. “The further you go back, the harder it is to track these guys down.”

Including those offenders who had completed their sentences before 1988 could have made compiling the list more difficult, because of changes in the laws defining risk of injury and some sexual assault charges before then, he said.

Some people charged with risk of injury never had sexual contact with children.

“You could be charged with risk of injury for giving fireworks to a kid, or driving too fast with a child in your car,” Lawlor said.

If he is convicted of the most recent charges. Manluccia would be required to register for life as a sex offender. But that’s little consolation to the latest victim’s family.

“I would like to see that this didn’t happen to any other children,” the boy’s grandmother said. “It (the registry list) should be extended back even further.”

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

John E Hargrove – MySpace Predator – Facing Life Sentence

A 50-year-old Bristol man who was convicted earlier this month on three counts of using his computer to sexually exploit children, is facing a sentence of life in prison.

John E Hargrove, under the screen names “sun warrior48” and “master_4younger_f_slave,” used instant messaging from his computer to lure four different minor females into chats in late 2006 and early 2007, according to documents revealed in U.S. District Court.

Evidence revealed in the three-day trial that ended Oct. 3 showed that Hargrove approached the victims after viewing their profile pages on MySpace. Of the four girls, two were actual teenage females and two were undercover law enforcement officers.

Evidence was presented at trial that Hargrove used the Internet to transfer images of child pornography. The photos were of a teen with whom he had an online relationship. The 15-year-old testified at the trial.

“In this case, a very brave girl took the stand to testify against the defendant and proved that victims will stand up for themselves and their rights,” said Sharon L. Potter, U.S. attorney for the district, who oversaw the prosecution.

Other evidence at the trial included that Hargrove transmitted images depicting sado-masochistic activity and that he used the Internet to entice a girl he believed to be 14 years old to travel to Connecticut to engage in illegal sexual activity.

Hargrove remains in custody in West Virginia awaiting sentencing.

“This case reinforces the message of Internet safety to our youth,” Potter said. “Just as would-be sexual predators may believe an undercover law enforcement officer is a child, these predators also pretend to be a peer and develop a trusting relationship with unsuspecting children.”

The case stemmed from the federal Project Safe Childhood with investigation by the Hampshire County sheriff’s office, the FBI and the Waterbury and Glastonbury police departments.

David A. Day – Boy Raper – Tries to murder witness for the second time

A sex offender has been found guilty of soliciting someone to kidnap the mother of one of his victims to get the child to recant his testimony.

Forty-nine-year-old David A. Day of Richfield was sentenced in January 2006 to 25 years in prison for sexually assaulting the 12-year-old boy.

A Washington County jury took less than an hour Thursday to convict him of trying to hire someone to kidnap the boy’s mother and kill her unless the child and his father convinced a judge they had lied.

It’s the second time Day has been convicted of trying to get someone to silence the boy. In March, he was sentenced in Dodge County to 24 years in prison for trying to hire another inmate at Waupun Correctional Institution to kidnap and kill the boy and his four siblings.

David A. Day – Boy Raper – Tries to murder witness for the second time

A sex offender has been found guilty of soliciting someone to kidnap the mother of one of his victims to get the child to recant his testimony.

Forty-nine-year-old David A. Day of Richfield was sentenced in January 2006 to 25 years in prison for sexually assaulting the 12-year-old boy.

A Washington County jury took less than an hour Thursday to convict him of trying to hire someone to kidnap the boy’s mother and kill her unless the child and his father convinced a judge they had lied.

It’s the second time Day has been convicted of trying to get someone to silence the boy. In March, he was sentenced in Dodge County to 24 years in prison for trying to hire another inmate at Waupun Correctional Institution to kidnap and kill the boy and his four siblings.

Josef Fritzl – REPEAT SEX OFFENDER – "Born to Rape"

Josef Fritzl, the Austrian builder who locked his daughter in a cellar and fathered seven children with her, sees himself as a born rapist, a victim of his own tyrannical mother.

According to the first leaked account of interviews with a forensic psychiatrist, which is due to appear in two Austrian newspapers today, Fritzl hatched his plan to incarcerate his daughter, Elisabeth, while he was in prison for rape.

“I have realized that I had a mean streak. For someone who was born to be a rapist, I have managed to contain myself for a relatively long period,” Fritzl is quoted as telling the psychiatrist in a 130-page report leaked to the tabloid newspapers Kronen Zeitung and Österreich.

Fritzl, 73, is awaiting trial for sexually abusing and incarcerating Elisabeth, 42, in a purpose-built dungeon beneath his house in the town of Amstetten. He fathered seven children by her, one of whom died shortly after birth and Fritzl burnt his body in an oven.

Three of the surviving children were allowed to live upstairs with him and wife, Rosemarie, 69, while their three siblings were condemned to a shadowy existence with their mother in the cellar. They never saw daylight until they were freed by police on April 26. It emerged that Fritzl had a previous criminal record for sexual offences.

In 1967 he was sentenced to 18 months in prison for brutally raping a 24-year-old woman at knifepoint in her home.

According to the report compiled by Dr. Adelheid Kastner, a prominent forensic psychiatrist who conducted in depth interviews with the builder, Fritzl found the “ideal solution” to his deranged fantasies after he was released from prison. It was then that he decided to lock up his daughter in the cellar so that he could “live out” his “evil side” while leading a seemingly normal life in the flat upstairs.

Fritzl told the psychiatrist that his relationship to women was shaped by his experience with his abusive mother, who allegedly beat him and isolated him from other children until he started school. He was an “alibi child,” Fritzl told the psychiatrist – his mother only had him to prove to her partner that she was not sterile.

Dr. Kastner came to the conclusion when she was dissecting the personality of Fritzl that the builder managed to distance himself from what he was doing by never looking his victim in the face when he raped her.

“He was not only incredibly able to lead a double life but also managed to maintain a triple life without any problems,” Dr. Kastner wrote, indicating that Fritzl played down the gravity of his crimes in his mind.

“Mr. Fritzl resembles a volcano; under the surface that appears almost banal there is an evil streak. He is torn apart by his desires that he cannot master,” Dr. Kastner wrote.

The report declared Fritzl clinically sane and fit for trial, but also diagnosed a “severe combined personality disorder and a sexual disorder”.

“It is to be expected that Mr. Fritzl would perpetrate deeds with severe consequences also in the future,” Dr. Kastner concluded.

On the basis of her report the prosecution has demanded from the court that Fritzl be tried and sentenced, then committed to an institution for the criminally insane, where he would receive psychiatric care and therapy including, if deemed necessary, medication.

The trial is expected to start early next year.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte

Josef Fritzl – REPEAT SEX OFFENDER – "Born to Rape"

Josef Fritzl, the Austrian builder who locked his daughter in a cellar and fathered seven children with her, sees himself as a born rapist, a victim of his own tyrannical mother.

According to the first leaked account of interviews with a forensic psychiatrist, which is due to appear in two Austrian newspapers today, Fritzl hatched his plan to incarcerate his daughter, Elisabeth, while he was in prison for rape.

“I have realized that I had a mean streak. For someone who was born to be a rapist, I have managed to contain myself for a relatively long period,” Fritzl is quoted as telling the psychiatrist in a 130-page report leaked to the tabloid newspapers Kronen Zeitung and Österreich.

Fritzl, 73, is awaiting trial for sexually abusing and incarcerating Elisabeth, 42, in a purpose-built dungeon beneath his house in the town of Amstetten. He fathered seven children by her, one of whom died shortly after birth and Fritzl burnt his body in an oven.

Three of the surviving children were allowed to live upstairs with him and wife, Rosemarie, 69, while their three siblings were condemned to a shadowy existence with their mother in the cellar. They never saw daylight until they were freed by police on April 26. It emerged that Fritzl had a previous criminal record for sexual offences.

In 1967 he was sentenced to 18 months in prison for brutally raping a 24-year-old woman at knifepoint in her home.

According to the report compiled by Dr. Adelheid Kastner, a prominent forensic psychiatrist who conducted in depth interviews with the builder, Fritzl found the “ideal solution” to his deranged fantasies after he was released from prison. It was then that he decided to lock up his daughter in the cellar so that he could “live out” his “evil side” while leading a seemingly normal life in the flat upstairs.

Fritzl told the psychiatrist that his relationship to women was shaped by his experience with his abusive mother, who allegedly beat him and isolated him from other children until he started school. He was an “alibi child,” Fritzl told the psychiatrist – his mother only had him to prove to her partner that she was not sterile.

Dr. Kastner came to the conclusion when she was dissecting the personality of Fritzl that the builder managed to distance himself from what he was doing by never looking his victim in the face when he raped her.

“He was not only incredibly able to lead a double life but also managed to maintain a triple life without any problems,” Dr. Kastner wrote, indicating that Fritzl played down the gravity of his crimes in his mind.

“Mr. Fritzl resembles a volcano; under the surface that appears almost banal there is an evil streak. He is torn apart by his desires that he cannot master,” Dr. Kastner wrote.

The report declared Fritzl clinically sane and fit for trial, but also diagnosed a “severe combined personality disorder and a sexual disorder”.

“It is to be expected that Mr. Fritzl would perpetrate deeds with severe consequences also in the future,” Dr. Kastner concluded.

On the basis of her report the prosecution has demanded from the court that Fritzl be tried and sentenced, then committed to an institution for the criminally insane, where he would receive psychiatric care and therapy including, if deemed necessary, medication.

The trial is expected to start early next year.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
………Sarah Tofte