March 2021

Scarborough man Marcin Derewecki jailed for breaching sex offenders’ register

A Scarborough man has been jailed for two breaches of the sex offenders’ register.

Marcin Derewecki, 42, of Hildenley Close, was arrested by North Yorkshire Police on February 7 this year.

Specialist public protection officers were able to prove that Derewecki had been using another name online and another email address which he had failed to notify the police about.

He admitted both offences and at York Crown Court on Friday was jailed for eight months and given an indefinite Sexual Harm Prevention Order.

Derewecki received a suspended prison sentence in 2016 in relation to indecent images of children offences.

February 2021

Registered sex offender due to be sentenced at court

A man from Scarborough is due to be sentenced at crown court after admitting two breaches of the sex offenders’ register.

Marcin Derewecki, aged 42, was arrested by North Yorkshire Police on 7 February 2021.

Specialist public protection officers were able to prove that Derewecki had been using another name online and another email address which he had failed to notify the police about.

This is a requirement under the terms of the sex offenders’ register.

He was charged with both offences and appeared at Scarborough Magistrates’ Court on 8 February 2021 where he pleaded guilty.

He was remanded in custody and will be sentenced at York Crown Court on Friday 5 March 2021 at 9.45am.

Derewecki received a suspended prison sentence in 2016 in relation to indecent images of children offences.