January 2020 – Sentenced to six months imprisonment,suspended for 18 months. Seven years on the sex offenders register and a seven year sexual harm prevention order was also imposed
Former Shell garage worker is snared by undercover paedophile hunters
A former Shell garage worker has admitted attempting to commit child sex offences online.
David Allitt was confronted by a group from paedophile hunter group STOP.
David Anthony Allitt, 42, who worked at a Abergele service station admitted attempting to incite a 14-year-old to engage in sexual activity. But he was actually talking to a decoy from online predator hunters SGTI.
Allitt, 42, of Stephen Road, Prestatyn, must now register with the police as a sex offender.
He appeared in the dock at Mold Crown Court today and admitted four offences.
He pleaded guilty to two charges of attempting to incite a girl aged 14 to engage in a penetrative act in August.
He also admitted attempting to get the child to look at images of himself engaging in sexual acts, and attempting to incite her to engage in sexual acts of a non-penetrative nature.
Judge Rhys Rowlands rebailed him to appear for sentence at Caernarfon Crown Court on January 24.
The judge ordered a full pre-sentence report which he said should include a risk assessment by the probation service.
The court heard that the prosecution intended to apply for a sexual harm prevention order at the next hearing.
He must now register with North Wales Police as a sex offender.