December 2018

Pervert caught with sick images of animals and indecent pictures of children

Alexander MacKenzie, 46, of Galloway Avenue in Ayr, was caught with a sick collection of illegal material involving animals and others showing children thought to be as young as one-year old.

A pervert caught with extreme bestiality photos and indecent images of children has escaped a jail sentence.

Alexander MacKenzie, 46, of Galloway Avenue in Ayr, was caught with a sick collection of illegal material involving animals and others showing children thought to be as young as one-year old.

Police discovered the sick creep had a total of approximately 320 images.

One involved two women and a black dog.

And images displayed naked kids – the youngest aged between one and three.

Ayr Sheriff Court heard at an earlier hearing that police carried out a search on September 21 last year and uncovered a USB stick and HP computer terminal storing MacKenzie’s disgusting collection.

Officers attended at the home MacKenzie shares with his elderly mother.

She stated he was at work and told officers she only used the computer for online banking.

His mum told officers that MacKenzie used the computer everyday – to go online, for Facebook and “something to do with animals”.

Mackenzie, who has a previous conviction, appeared at court last Wednesday for sentencing.

Sheriff Desmond Leslie replied: “[I have] concerns with the previous conviction and the superficial appreciation of the disposal that was made at that time.”

Mr Munro replied: “There is clearly a risk here but that can be managed in the community.”

Stepping back from custody, the Sheriff imposed a lengthy community payback order.

The perv was sentenced to three years supervision and as a requirement must attend the Moving Forward Making Changes programme.

He was tagged for nine months where he must remain in his home address from 7pm – 7am. And he was also placed on the sex offenders’ register for five years.

MacKenzie pled guilty to being in possession of a quantity of extreme pornographic images depicting in an explicit and realistic way bestiality between adults and animals between June 1, 2015 and September 20, 2017. He also admitted having in his possession indecent photos or pseudo-photos of children from June 1, 2015 and September 21, 2017.

October 2018

Ayr pervert caught with more than 200 images of child sex abuse

A pervert admitted being in possession of images child sex abuse.

Alexander MacKenzie, 46, of Galloway Avenue in Ayr, was caught with a sick collection of illegal material involving animals and children thought to be as young as one-year old

Police carried out a search on September 21 last year and uncovered a USB stick and a HP computer terminal storing MacKenzie’s disgusting collection.

Officers attended at the home MacKenzie shares with his elderly mother. She stated he was at work and told officers she only used the computer for online banking.

His mum told officers that MacKenzie used the computer everyday – to go online, for Facebook and “something to do with animals”.

Police uncovered the sick creep had 18 videos and more than 200 images.

One movie involved two women and a black dog.

And images displayed naked kids – the youngest aged between one and three.

The diet was adjourned for the court to obtain social work reports.

MacKenzie pled guilty to being in possession of a quantity of extreme pornographic images depicting in an explicit and realistic way bestiality between adults and animals between June 1, 2015 and September 20, 2017.

He also admitted having in his possession indecent photos or pseudo-photos of children from June 1, 2015 and September 21, 2017.

The creep was placed on the sex offenders’ register and will reappear in court next month for sentencing.