Sexual fantasist locked up for grooming schoolboy and girl
A SEXUAL fantasist who groomed and abused two vulnerable schoolchildren has been branded a public danger and locked up for four years.
Kallum Goddard’s “lust for sex” had led him down “a very dark pathway,” Bradford Crown Court heard today.
Goddard, 20, will serve a seven year extended jail sentence, made up of four years’ custody in a young offender institution followed by three years on closely supervised licence.
The court heard he sent sexual text messages to a 14-year-old boy, when he himself was 16, then groomed and sexually abused a 14-year-old girl.
Goddard was convicted by a jury of three offences of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity in 2011.
He was one of many defendants who contacted a confused and vulnerable boy from the Bradford area on the internet.
Goddard and the child exchanged…
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