2014 Convictions

Convictions of males (ie individuals who identify as transgender women or who cross-dress)

Note that many local news sites delete their archive after approx. 1-2 years meaning that reporting of many convictions will be unavailable online and difficult to locate retrospectively. Compared to convictions archived by this site in real time from 2016 onwards, these convictions are therefore likely to be a fraction of those that occurred.

* indicates individual transitioned in prison after receiving a long sentence for serious violent/sexual offending

Murder / Attempted murder: 1

Melissa Young: Murder of neighbour, Alan Williamson

Sexual offences: 14 (6 with child victims, 8 with adult victims)

(Note that if 1% of the population is transgender, for trans-identified males to have similar sexual offending rates as women, at least 1400 women would have to have been convicted of a sexual offence in 2014. MoJ figures for England & Wales for the past decade consistently show approx. 100 women are convicted of a sexual offence annually – i.e. the convictions listed below indicate male pattern sexual offending, not female)

Sexual offences with child victims

Aaron Hughes: Rape of a child, possessing indecent images and breaching the terms of a sex offenders prevention order (SOPO)

Christopher Worton/Zoe Lynes: Five counts of rape of a child 

Geraldo Tucciarone*: Five counts of indecent assault on 2 year old boy (also previous convictions for rape of children in 2012)

Gavin Scott: Sexual assault of a 17 year old girl

Peter Cooke: Serial public masturbation (including in front of child) and stealing women’s clothes

Davina Ayrton: Possession of over 4,500 indecent images of children (subsequently convicted of the rape of a child in 2016)

See also Violent Offences (below) where Katelyn Findlay was placed on the sex offenders’ register for an assault on a child involving a condom

Sexual offences with adult victims

Jonathon / Charlene Mallon: Rape and sexual assault of six women

Thomas Feeney: Sexual assault with intent to rape

Daniel McKenzie: Public masturbation and drugs offences

Robert Messer: Harrassment, blackmail via image based sexual abuse, possession of extreme pornographic images involving bestiality

Paul Williams: Serial sex offender breached SOPO (previous sexual offending and writing a 1500 page plan to sexually assault a particular woman)

Gavin Scott: Sexual assault of two women

Colin Norfolk: Repeat sex offender again breaching SHPO

Trisha Clifton: Outraging public decency (committing a sex act on another person in public)

Other violent offences: 14

Melissa Cae: Stabbed a child

Katelyn Findlay: Assault on a child involving a condom which resulted in Findlay being placed on the sex offenders’ register

Joanne Morris: Possession of vast firearms and explosives cache

Debbie Vincent – Blackmail and leader of animal rights extremist group who waged a decade-long campaign of terror and intimidation against employees and trading partners of Huntingdon Life Sciences 

Thomas Feeney: Using an imitation gun with intent to cause the female victim to believe unlawful violence would be used, robbery

Leyla Fletcher: Assault of a paramedic

Stacie McLean: Behaving in a threatening or abusive manner

Katelyn Findlay: Behaving in a threatening or abusive manner

Alice Carlyle: Assault

Mareks Burkevics: Burglary including stealing and wearing the victim’s (female) clothing/underwear

Kieron O’Keefe: Burglary including stealing and wearing the victim’s (female) clothing/underwear

Jessica Hughes: Assault

Mark/Melissa Addis: Putting a person (ex-partner) in fear of violence by harassment 

Rachelle Mikhnevich: Battery

Sought by the police

Unnamed South Yorkshire Transvestite: Assault on man and woman on a train

Miscellaneous other offences: 2

Katie Brannen: Making off without payment from a taxi for the second time

Jami Kaysen: Criminal damage 

Not charged

Avery Edison: Immigration offences

All individuals convicted of offences listed above are males who identify as transgender apart from the individuals listed below, who are males who cross-dress part time. Individuals who cross-dress are included under the UK government’s and LGBT organisations’ definition of the ‘trans umbrella‘ or people who are “gender incongruent to some degree“.