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Tuesday, 26 March 2013 (3036731)
Primary school volunteer kept childrens' underwear in his bedroom
by Guest

A PRIMARY school volunteer helper was found to have children’s underwear in his bedroom and obscene images of youngsters, a court has heard.

Police officers raided Zbigniew Kadlubowski’s Lancashire home after suspicions arose about him downloading indecent images and they arrived to seize his computer.

He was out at the time and when they went into his untidy bedroom they found items including a child’s doll and girl’s clothing, including knickers, which he had bought on the internet.

When his computer was analysed it was found to have a total of 5,841 pornographic images of children aged between five and 13, in all categories of seriousness plus 85 images of extreme porn, said Harry Pepper, prosecuting.

When Kadlunowski, a 32-year-old Pole, was arrested he admitted downloading the images and wearing children’s clothing at the same time for sexual gratification. He also confessed that he had been doing so for three years.

Kadlubowski admitted 21 offences of making and possessing indecent images and also pleaded guilty to stealing four pairs of shorts from the school where he had been volunteering assisting children with their lessons for three years.

Liverpool Crown Court heard that Kadlubowski of Hesketh Lane, Tarleton, near Southport, was arrested by police on the day of the raid, February 11 this year at the school, Becconsall All Saints C of E Primary School, Hesketh Bank, also near Southport.

Sentencing him Judge Clement Goldstone, QC, the Recorder of Liverpool, described it as a sad case involving “sexual perversion.” He imposed a three year community order with attendance on the demanding Northumbria Sex Offenders Programme, He warned him that if he breaches the orders he will face jail.

The judge also imposed an order restricting his computer and internet use, banned him from working with children and ordered him to sign the Sex Offenders Register for five years.

Simon Christie, defending, said that Kadlubowski had been educated to a high standard in Warsaw as an electoral mechanical engineer but after moving to England eight years ago had been living an isolated life.

He was a hard worker who had been employed as a cleaner and had relationships with women but they had not lasted. He had admitted what he had been doing and accepted that he needed help, said Mr Christie.


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