Jason Oldacre – Swindon

February 2018

Pervert’s sick texts were aimed at kids, but he accidentally dropped himself in it

An already convicted paedophile who sent vile test messages to a 10-year-old lad after getting his number at random has been jailed for 27 months.

And Jason Oldacre must serve two thirds of the time before he can apply for parole after a judge ruled he posed a significant risk of serious harm by future offending.

The 47-year-old, who has a long history of sending lewd messages, even accidentally texted a policeman on his force mobile in his latest bout of offending.

Charles Thomas, prosecuting, told Swindon Crown Court how the first offence took place in April last year when he contacted the officer.

After he suggested they meet up he made a number of vile comments only stopping when he was told he was contacting a policeman.

The officer was so concerned he contacted colleagues who supervised him as a sex offender and one visited him the following day.

When she got to his Radnor Street she asked to see his phone’s history and after spotting some explicit texts she saw other parts had been deleted.

After saying she would have to keep the handset for analysis he tried to snatch it back, pulling at her fingers as he tried to peel them off the phone.

A few weeks later the 10-year-old started to receive messages from his and seeing it was an unknown number replied telling him his age.

Mr Thomas said at first the lad thought it was mates from school joking but Oldacre continued claiming to be a girl called Tanya who wanted to meet up with him.

He said the messages ‘which were sexual from the start’ leading to the boy’s family contacting the authorities, who arrested the defendant.

Oldacre, of Culvery Court, admitted common assault, two counts of sending a malicious communication and breaching a sexual harm prevention order.

Jailing him Judge Robert Pawson said “I have taken into account everything that I have read about you including the psychologist’s report.

“I understand that your verbal communication is not good. You have been employed, you have been able to live independently.

“You have got a history of breaching court orders, the sexual harm prevention order was only imposed 18 months before.

“You had not long been out of custody. Your victim was only 10 years old and he told you so.”

He imposed a 27 month jail term with a 21 month extended licence which he will be on when he is released and said he must register as a sex offender for life.

He was jailed for 100 weeks in November 2015 for repeatedly molesting a seven-year-old girl when he was left alone with her.

After he was arrested police found he had added vile labels to an innocent video he had taken of the youngster, saying what he would like to do to her.

The matter came to light after he was caught stealing underwear from a washing line.

After he was arrested the police seized and examined his mobile phone and found he had a video of the child which was essentially innocent.

He has previous convictions for harassment where he sent ‘dirty text messages’ to females who did not want them.

November 2015

Pervert, 45, repeatedly molested 7-year-old girl jailed for just 2 years

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A MAN who repeatedly molested a seven-year-old girl has been jailed for almost two years.

Jason Oldacre, who has a history of inappropriate sexual behaviour, indecently touched the girl when he was left alone with her.

After he was arrested police found the 45-year-old had added vile labels to an innocent video he had taken of the youngster, saying what he would like to do to her.

Even then he denied any wrongdoing only admitting it on the morning of a trial at Swindon Crown Court after being told he would not get more than two years.

Jason Taylor, prosecuting, told how the matter came to light after Oldacre was caught stealing underwear from a washing line.

The child’s mum told the girl they wouldn’t be seeing him anymore and the child replied ‘Is that because of the bad things he had been doing to me?’

She then told how on three occasions he had put his hand up her skirt and touched her over her underwear.

After he was arrested the police seized and examined his mobile phone and found he had a video of the child which was essentially innocent.

But he said labels had been added to the footage suggesting he wanted to have sex with the girl and other things he wanted to do to her.

When he was arrested he told police ‘I ain’t done nothing wrong’, and even after the mobile phone footage was put to him he maintained his innocence.

Oldacre, of no fixed abode, but from the Swindon area pleaded guilty to three counts of sexual assault of a child under 13 in early July last year.

The court heard he had previous convictions for harassment where he sent ‘dirty text messages’ to females who did not want them.

As a result he had been put on a sex offender programme.

Shortly before the latest offences came to light magistrates imposed an eight-week jail term suspended for two-years for the underwear offences.

Jailing him, Judge Peter Blair QC said: “The behaviour which you finally pleaded guilty to towards this seven-year-old is behaviour that you know was wrong.

“I understand that you have some difficulties with your level of thinking skills and controlling your own behaviour, but this was frightening for a young child. It was unpleasant for her, it was unwanted.

“We hear from her mother that it may be that she has been able, at the moment, to brush it to one side and not dwell on it.

“But we won’t know and she won’t know until she is an adult as to whether it will have some ongoing effect on her as usually these things do.”

As well as jailing Oldacre for 100 weeks he also imposed a sexual harm prevention order restricting his contact with children when he is released.

Oldacre must also register as a sex offender for ten years.

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