Joseph Barber – Bournemouth
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Sex offender failed to attend police station
A sex offender has failed to attend police station to regsiter as a sex offender
Joseph Tobias Jacob Barber, aged 20 and of Castleton Avenue, Bournemouth, admits failing to attend a police station to make his initial registration within the required time period being a relevant offender within the terms of Section 80 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003 on June 22.
Fined £150. To pay £34 surcharge and £85 costs.
Teenager admits harassment
Joseph Tobias Jacob Barber, aged 19 and of Castleton Avenue, Bournemouth, admits harassing a person in Bournemouth on dates between November 11 and 28 2018 by continuing to message her on social media after being told by police that further contact was unwanted.
Community order made.
The defendant must comply with a rehabilitation activity requirement for 20 days and carry out 80 hours of unpaid work. Restraining order made until June 2021. To pay an £85 surcharge, to pay £85 costs.