June 2016

Man sentenced to three years’ imprisonment for sexual offences 

Newton Leys

A man has been sentenced to three years’ imprisonment after being convicted of sexual offences against a child.

Talisin Mills, aged 21, of Santa Cruz Avenue, Newton Leys, was sentenced at Aylesbury Crown Court yesterday (2/6).

He was charged on January 6, 2016 with causing a child under the age of 15 to look at an image of sexual activity and breach of a Sexual Harm Prevention order.

Mills pleaded guilty in February 2016 to breaching the Sexual Harm Prevention Order. He pleaded guilty to the charge of causing a child under the age of 15 to look at an image of sexual activity on the same day that he was sentenced.

The offence occurred on January 4 this year, and breached the terms of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order which had been imposed on Mills at a court hearing in October 2015.

The victim of the offence was a 14-year-old boy.

Mills was sentenced to three years’ imprisonment for causing a child under the age of 15 to look at an image of sexual activity and 12 months’ imprisonment for breach of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order. This activated a two year suspended sentence for similar offences.

The sentences will run concurrently, meaning that Mills’ total sentence is three years’ imprisonment.