Stowmarket: Man faces court hearing over accusations he breached sexual offences prevention order

Ipswich Crown Court

Ipswich Crown Court

A 29-year-old man has appeared in court accused of breaching the sex offenders register.

Adam Giles, of Nuthatch Close, Stowmarket, is accused of failing to comply with a notification order, in that he opened a Barclays Bank account without telling police. He is also charged with carrying out an act prohibited by the sexual offences prevention order without reasonable excuse, namely not telling police about the car he was driving.

Giles, who was dressed in a green jacket, shirt and tie, is also accused of dishonestly failing to disclose information to make a gain.

West Suffolk Magistrates’ Court in Bury St Edmunds was told that the 29-year-old had not disclosed his previous convictions to Euro Car Parts, which he had a legal duty to disclose, to get a job.

Giles, who spoke only to confirm his address and did not enter a plea, was told a prelimiary hearing will be held on July 18 at Ipswich Crown Court.


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