August 2019

Woman who defied ban on being around girls under 16 a third time spared jail

A violent female sex offender who breached a court order for the third time has been spared jail.

Kayley Anne Davies is subject to a Sexual Harm prevention Order preventing her from having unsupervised contact with any female child under the age of 16.

She admitted being in the company of a 15-year-old girl on a bus in Bangor in June this year when she appeared from custody at Caernarfon Crown Court.

The 24-year-old, of Ffordd Penrhyn, Llandudno, also admitted being in breach of a suspended sentence imposed by magistrates at Blackburn in January this year.

The court heard Davies had been made the subject of the order at Mold Crown Court in May 2015 after she was convicted of sexually assaulting a 13 year old girl. She had denied those offences but DNA evidence proved she had lied.

Ryan Rothwell, prosecuting, said she had breached the order in July 2016. She had refused to hand over her mobile phone to police officers carrying out a compliance visit last November.

The magistrates in Lancashire heard her reluctance was because there were embarrassing photographs of her on the device.

She was sentenced to 20 weeks in prison suspended for 12 months and ordered to complete 30 days’ rehabilitation activity requirement.

Mr Rothwell added Davies had previous convictions for violence and public order offences. In 2016, she was jailed after she crossed a road to headbutt a teenager, knocking out two of his teeth. Davies also served a four-month term for a similar attack on a teenager at Abergele railway station.

Sentencing Davies, Judge Huw Rees said he saw little purpose in sending her to prison.

He warned her to make decisions about the direction of her life.

“If you carry on and do not abide by court orders the sentences will get longer and longer. You need to grow up,” he said.

Davies was handed an eight month prison term which was suspended for 12 months and must carry out a further 27 days’ rehabilitation activity requirement.

May 2015

Colwyn Bay woman placed on sex offenders register for act with 13-year-old girl

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LOVEBITES on a schoolgirl’s neck were linked by DNA to a 20-year-old woman.

Police warned Kayley Ann Davies to stay away from the 13-year-old girl and had served her with a child abduction warning notice.

Davies, of Greenfield Road in Colwyn Bay, pleaded guilty to sexual activity with a female child under 16 at Mold Crown Court but escaped custody.

Prosecutor Elen Owen said according to the girl’s mother, Davies and her daughter had become friendly when her daughter was just 12.

On one occasion the girl had been reported missing by her parents and police had gone to Davies’ flat.

When the girl was taken home, love bites on her neck were analysed and DNA from saliva was matched to Davies.

Recorder Wyn Lloyd Jones said Davies had been locked up for three months while awaiting trial and imposed a six months youth custody sentence suspended for two years.

The order requires her to live at a Liverpool hostel for six months; carry out a rehabilitation activity requirement for 60 days; and not contact the schoolgirl again.

He also imposed an exclusion order to prevent Davies going to Kinmel Bay for two years and imposed a sexual harm prevention order on Davies forbidding her to have contact with any person under 16 known to her, unless supervised.

She must register with the police on a sex offender register.