February 8, 2017 5.04 pm This story is over 55 months old

Man admits breach of sexual harm prevention order at Lincoln address

A man admitted breaching a sexual harm prevention order when he appeared before Lincoln Crown Court on Wednesday, February 8. Peter James Stainton pleaded guilty to breaching the order between August 1 and 20, 2016 by remaining in a house on Ermine West estate, Lincoln, when a child under the age of 16 was present.…

A man admitted breaching a sexual harm prevention order when he appeared before Lincoln Crown Court on Wednesday, February 8.

Peter James Stainton pleaded guilty to breaching the order between August 1 and 20, 2016 by remaining in a house on Ermine West estate, Lincoln, when a child under the age of 16 was present.

Stainton, 27, of Northgate, Louth, also admitted failing to comply with a sex offender’s notification requirement by not informing Lincolnshire Police that he was using an alias name.

Stainton was granted conditional bail to appear back before the Crown Court for sentence on 9 March.