Ex-teaching assistant from Pinchbeck is a 'predator', says NSPCC
A former teaching assistant from Pinchbeck jailed for eight years after admitting sex offences against a teenage girl has been called a "predator" by the NSPCC.
Martin Moon (32), of Bridgewater Lane, Pinchbeck, was sentenced at Lincoln Crown Court on Friday having previously pleaded guilty to two charges of causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity (read more here).
He also admitted causing or inciting sexual exploitation of a child and causing a child to watch a sexual act, with all charges relating to a period between May 12 and July 28, 2017.
As part of their investigation, police recovered an iPhone from Moon on which was found a total of 386 indecent photographs of children.
An NSPCC spokesman said: “Moon’s despicable actions are a disturbing reminder of the ways that predators can groom vulnerable children into sending indecent photographs of themselves via social media and the internet.
“Young people face a range of risks in the digital world and this case shows how important it is for parents and carers to talk to their children about staying safe online.”
For more advice on protecting children, call the NSPCC and O2 online safety helpline on 0808 800 5002.
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