Wrexham man imprisoned for attempting to incite a child into sexual activity
61 year old Peter Kendal, formerly of Wrexham but now living in Rhyl, today appeared before Caernarfon Crown Court and was imprisoned for 12 months for attempting to incite a child to engage in sexual activity.
Former Wrexham man attempted to incite girls over the internet
A former Wrexham man has been placed on the sex offenders’ register after he admitted attempting to incite children to engage in sexual activity over the internet.
Peter Kendal, 61, formerly of Gerald Street in Wrexham but now of Maes Emlyn in Rhyl, believed he was talking to children as young as 12 and 13 but they turned out to be adults and he was reported to the police.
He appeared at Mold Crown Court and admitted a total of five charges involving attempting to incite girls to engage in penatrative and non-penetrative acts and attempting to communicate sexually with a girl under 16.
Judge Huw Rees ordered him to sign on the sex offender register pending sentence next month.
The judge told him he had wisely pleaded guilty which would lead to a reduction in sentence but all sentencing options included must not have any unsupervised contact with children under 18.
And he must make himself available to a police officer and allow access to any electronic devices that he has which are capable to connecting to the internet.