Sex offender ‘saw red’ and threw little girl to the ground on bike ride
A convicted paedophile who picked up and threw his girlfriend’s young daughter to the ground has been jailed.
Alistair Kidd, 27, “saw red” while out for a bike ride with his girlfriend and her little girl on May 17 last year.
They were cycling on Buckden Road in Brampton, Cambridgeshire when the child failed to stop and crashed into Kidd, causing both of them to fall off their bikes.
Enraged, Kidd threw the girl’s bike across the road and shouted a profanity in her ear, before picking her up, shaking her and throwing her back to the ground.
A passer-by ran over to restrain Kidd as he feared for the girl’s safety. In doing so, he accidentally dislocated Kidd’s shoulder.
When police investigated, Kidd’s previous offending was revealed, including him being subject to a Sexual Harm Prevention Order.
In 2017, the former Scouts leader was jailed after being caught trying to arrange a meeting for sex with what he believed was a 13-year-old girl. However, it was actually a undercover police officer
Officers also found he had failed to notify police about his change of address after moving in with his girlfriend and her daughter in Brampton and had not told his girlfriend about his past.
It also materialised he had the opportunity for unsupervised access to the child.
Kidd, of Weddell Road, Haverhill, pleaded guilty to three counts of failing to comply with notification requirements of his Sexual Harm Prevention Order and assault by beating.
He was jailed for 18 months at Cambridge Crown Court on Friday (January 29).
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