2020 Convictions

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

Murder/Attempted murder:  

Philip Tarver: Murder of Angela Tarver, his mother

Currently on trial for murder: Paul/Keira Fitzgerald

Sexual offences: 
Sexual offences with child victims:

Roger Spackman: Possession of 300,000 indecent/prohibited images of children, and extreme pornography portraying sexual acts with animals

John/Julie Marshall: Possession of more than 80,000 indecent images of children

Anthony Scales: Possession of more than 1,500 indecent images of children

Joshua/Leah Harvey: Child sex offender convicted of 2 breaches of a sexual harm prevention order

Brandon/Chloe Walker: Child sex offender convicted of 2 breaches of a sexual harm prevention order, 2 of failing to comply with the requirements of the sex offenders’ register and failing to tell police of a new phone number

Sexual offences with adult victims:

Mark Brown: Assault by penetration

Mark Conway: Rape, assault by penetration and false imprisonment

Christopher Hawkins: Indecent exposure


Wayne Rogers: charged with assault by penetration, sexual assault

Geoffrey Rainey Kelly: 2nd SOPO breach (convicted sex offender entered a care home for elderly, shortly after being released from jail term for entering a school)

Other violent offences:

Tamara Williams: Multiple burglaries, theft and receiving stolen goods

Lucy Goode: Assault of female neighbour, a grandmother 

Paris Bregazzi: Two counts of criminal damage, two of common assault against two women and one of assaulting (yet another) police officer.

Christopher Hawkins: Assault 

Leila Le Fey/Marcus Smith/Adam Hodgson: Assault and possession of an offensive weapon

Josh/Samantha Howard: Four assaults on emergency workers, possession of an offensive weapon and criminal damage

Philip Tarver: Threatening to kill Colin Tarver, his father


Kyle/Zoe Watts: charged with importing prohibited weapons with intent to evade a prohibition or restriction and making an explosive substance for an unlawful purpose.

Other miscellaneous offences: 

Tristyn Bell-Willows: Blackmail (used threat of false rape allegation to extort money)


Wayne Rogers: Charged with possession of a class A drug

Ize Noyau: Theft