Reports ordered for teen found with indecent images and notes on ’baby torture’
Psychological reports have been ordered for a teenager who downloaded sick child images and kept notes about murdering babies.
Denen Anderson, 18, was found with indecent material on her phone, including footage of a child and an adult woman.
Dundee Sheriff Court was told Anderson had notes on her phone which referred to “baby torture” and “toddler murder” among various other similar terms.
Anderson, of Artillery Lane, admitted downloading child abuse material at her home between August 24 and November 8 2020.
The court previously heard officers attended Anderson’s grandmother’s house on a search warrant on November 6, and found Anderson there.
Several items were recovered including a USB hard drive, a computer tower and a mobile phone.
During the search Anderson said she wished to disclose information and was reminded she was under caution.
She told officers there were images of an indecent nature on one of the devices.
A forensic computer analyst later carried out an examination of a Samsung phone and found an indecent video and at least seven indecent still images of children aged from one to five years old in categories A, B and C.
Anderson was not present when the case called for sentencing.
Sheriff Alastair Carmichael further deferred sentence until April for a psychological report and a supplementary criminal justice social work report to be prepared.
Scots teenager who downloaded toddler rape video kept notes on ‘murdering babies’
A woman who downloaded a toddler rape video had also been keeping notes about murdering babies.
Denen Anderson was found with horrifying material on her phone including footage of a child aged around two years old being raped by an adult woman.
The 18-year-old admitted downloading the video and a number of graphic still images when she appeared at Dundee Sheriff Court
The court was told that Anderson had notes on her phone which referred to “baby torture” and “toddler murder” among various other similar terms.
Fiscal depute Gavin Burton told the court: “A search warrant for the locus was granted and officers attended on 6 November last year. It was her grandmother’s address and the accused was traced.
“Several items were recovered including a USB hard drive, a computer tower and a mobile phone. During the search she said she wished to disclose information and was reminded she was under caution.
“She advised there were images of an indecent nature on one of the devices. On 9 November a forensic computer analyst carried out an examination of a blue Samsung mobile phone.
“There was an indecent video of a male child, around two years old, having penetrative sex with an adult female. There were at least seven indecent still images, of children from one to five years old, and they were category A, B and C.