A MAN from Wrexham has admitted downloading indecent images of children.

Alex Lloyd-Shaw, 25, of Long Lane, Brynteg, appeared at Mold Crown Court.

Lloyd-Shaw admitted that he made three category A images – the most serious kind – together with two at category B and nine at category C.

He further admitted possessing 12 extreme images involving sexual acts between humans and dogs and horses.

Henry Hills, defending, said is client was a oung man of previous good character and asked for a pre-sentence report.

Judge Merfyn Hughes QC agreed and sentence was adjourned until April 18.

Bail conditions stiplulate that Lloyd-Shaw must not have any unsupervised contact with children under the age of 16, he is not to sleep in the same dwelling as a child, he is not to use any device capable of internet access unless he keeps the history of use and makes it available to the police for examination and he is not to undertake any work, including charitable work, which provides services to vulnerable adults.