January 2013

No jail sentence for High Wycombe man with 3,200 indecent images of children

A 39-YEAR-OLD High Wycombe man found with 3,200 indecent images of children on his computers has avoided a prison sentence.

David Miller’s conduct will be supervised for the next 12 months and he has been made the subject of a community order but was spared a jail term by an Aylesbury Crown Court judge on Friday.

Police swooped on Miller’s then home in Dolphin Court on June 14 2011 and discovered two computer hard drives filled with indecent images of children.

They ranged in severity from level one to level four, the second most graphic.

Miller, of Altona Road, had pleaded guilty to eleven counts of making indecent images of children at a previous court hearing before being sentenced.

He was sentenced to a 12 month supervision order and a community order. He will also remain on the sex offenders register and adhere to a Sexual Offences Prevention Order for the next five years.

His home was searched after an investigation by Thames Valley Police’s Child Exploitation and Online Protection Agency.