2016 Convictions

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

Murder/Attempted murder: 2 + 1 on remand

Claire Darbyshire – Murder of Brian Darbyshire (father)

Lauren Jeska – Attempted murder of Ralph Knibbs, Head of HR at UK Athletics

Remanded pre-trial: Jenny Swift  – prisoner found dead in cell before attempted murder charge was updated to murder (of Eric Flanagan)

Sexual offences: 33 (23 with child victims, 10 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 3,300 women would have to have been convicted of a sexual offence in 2016. 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

Davina Ayrton – Rape of a 15 year old girl

Lisa Hauxwell – Rape and sexual assault of two school-aged girls

Robert Ormrod* – Rape of a young girl and sexual offences against two further children

Clive Bundy* – Multiple sexual offences against a child and possession of CSA images

Kenneth/Kendra Larking – Sexual assault of a young girl

Gina Owen – Sexual abuse of a 13 year old boy

Jorven Seren – Sexual assault of a young girl

Kristen Lukess – Second breach of SOPO imposed after conviction for rape of a child

Nicola Florida – Breach of SOPO imposed after conviction for rape of multiple children

Brian Wooster – Child sexual abuse

Chloe/Brandon Walker – Child sexual abuse

Lawrence Ireland – Six charges of indecent assault and one of indecency with a child

Peter Cooke – Public decency offences (masturbation in neighbour’s garden, witnessed by child)

Geoffrey Cowell – Exposed underwear to young girls while dressed in female clothing

Paul Banfield– Breached restraining order that was imposed after sexual assault of a child

Harryetta Thompson – sexual offences against two young boys

Alice Smith – Possession of over 1200 indecent images of children, prohibited images of children & extreme pornography

Nathan Bird – Possession of prohibited images of a child and making indecent images of a child

Mark Woodley – Possession of over 2000 indecent images of children

Melody Melstrome – Possession of indecent images of children

Christopher Noble/Christyl Knight* – Possession of over 4000 indecent images of children

Daniel Reed/Ella Davies – Possession of over 1000 indecent images of children

Paul Neary – Possession of indecent images of children

Sexual offences with adult victims

Robert Westmore – Rape and sexual assault of four women

Paul Reed – Sexual assault, breach of SHPO

Geoffrey Rainey Kelly – Sexual assault of a woman

Shane Turner – Indecent exposure, harassment, breach of restraining order

Alan McKenzie – Indecent exposure (public masturbation)

John Suares – Public indecency

Ian Qualters – Public order and harassment offences while wearing women’s clothing/underwear

David Wotherspoon – Public order offences involving dressing in women’s underwear (verdict overturned on appeal in 2017)

Angel Gomes –  Controlling prostitution for gain, money laundering

Ian/Janine Rear – Brothelkeeping

Sought by the police: Unnamed Wilmslow Transvestite & Cross-dressing Liverpool armed robber

Other violent offences: 10

Lauren Jeska – Actual bodily harm (ABH) of Kevan Taylor and Tim Begley of UK Athletics

Natalie Kearney – Domestic violence

Kristian Churchill – Grievous bodily harm (GBH)

Amy Rice – Arson 

Katrina Harte – Possession of firearm 

Allahra Aziz – Burglary & theft

Donna Bowdler – Inciting racial/religious hatred & weapons possession 

Musa Deria – Possession of weapon

Justin/Charlotte Blundell – assault/domestic violence

Gerald Matovu – Drugs offences (supplied drugs to serial killer Stephen Port who killed 4 men by administering toxic drug overdoses)

Miscellaneous other offences: 2

Amanda Barrymore – Benefit fraud  

Timothy/Tara Shovlin – Dangerous driving

*Indicates individual transitioned in prison – usually serious offenders with long sentences

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“.