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A first responder and ambulance control worker who had sex with a year-old girl in a hotel and downloaded hundreds of vile images of babies and children being sexually abused is facing a lengthy jail term. Lee Arthurs, who had links to Ipswich and Colchester, bragged about sexually abusing children in online chat rooms and sent out images to back up his claim, Ipswich Crown Court heard. Jamie Sawyer, prosecuting, said Arthurs was arrested in May at his home in Colchester and told police that from he had worked as voluntary first responder and had then worked in an ambulance control room after suffering a head injury in Arthurs, 34, of London Road, Ipswich, admitted six offences of making indecent photographs of children, attempting to cause to engage in sexual activity, two offences of causing to engage in sexual activity, distributing indecent images of children, meeting following sexual grooming and sexual activity with .
Jamie Sawyer, prosecuting, said that when electronic devices belonging to Arthurs were examined by experts they were found to contain still images and movies in the most serious level A category, still images and movies in category B and 1, still images and movies in the least serious level C category. He said the downloading of indecent images and films had taken place over a period of more than six years between September and May and included images of babies as young as three months being sexually abused. Mr Sawyer said that in , police discovered that Arthurs had posed as a year-old boy during online exchanges with a year-old girl.
When the girl met up with him and realised how much older he was, she had tried to leave - but he had persuaded her to stay before having sex with her in a hotel room. Arthurs had also been in contact with a year-old girl in America and had encouraged her to send him indecent images of herself to him. This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community. Suffolk Live Updated.
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