A WREXHAM man is to be sentenced after he admitted having sexual communication with a child.

Steven Tristram, of Pleasant View in Pentre Broughton, appeared at Mold Crown Court on Friday morning.

The 67-year-old admitted that over a four month period, he engaged in sexual communication with a child.

Judge Niclas Parry told him: "You're going to be given significant credit for pleading guilty so early.

"[This is] also a case where the court would be assisted by having a report about you.

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"By virtue of this plea, you are subject to the notification provisions of the sexual offences act.

"That means that in the next three days you need to go to your local police station and tell them who you are, where you live and what you've admitted."

The Judge warned him that if he didn't, it would constitute a further criminal offence.

Judge Parry adjourned the matter for Tristram to return to court in August for sentence.


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