2023 Convictions

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

Murder / Attempted murder:


Sexual offences: 26 + 2 charged +3 sought by the police (17 with child victims, 9 with adult victims)
Sexual offences with child victims: 

Andrew Miller/Amy George: Multiple sexual and violent offences against an 11 year old girl, including abduction, sexual assault and other offences involving indecent images of children

Freddie/Alyssa Trenchard: Rape of a 17 year old girl (offence took place on Guernsey)

Nathan/Naomi O’Brien: Multiple sexual offences against a child 

Isobel Murphy: Multiple sex offences against a child

Oliver Bond/Lucas Cole: Three counts of sexual assault, one of which was perpetrated when the victim was a child

Andrew Phillips: Indecent exposure towards a child (and her father)

Andrew Way/Miss Gin: Attempting to engage in sexual communications with a child and repeatedly breaching a sexual harm prevention order (SHPO)

Roy Drummond: Attempting to engage in sexual communications with a child

Danielle Edney: Multiple attempts to engage in sexual communications with a child

Anthony Lonsdale: Eight counts of grooming and possession of sexually explicit images of children

Ketan Shende: Multiple counts of distributing, possessing and making indecent images of children

Lennon/Katie Dolatowski: Breach of conditions imposed under a Sexual Harm Prevention Order

Jamie/Abigail Waller: Child sex offender convicted of four breaches of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO)

Tanya Howes: Possession of indecent photographs of a child and possession of extreme pornographic images and videos

Jonathan Meadows: Making indecent images of children, possession of prohibited images of children, possession of extreme pornography, and breaching a sexual harm prevention order (SHPO)

Dominic/Sophie Louise Carter: Making indecent images of children

Stuart Bulling: Repeat child sex offender convicted of five counts of making indecent images of children and nine breaches of his sexual harm prevention order (SHPO) 

Sexual offences with adult victims: 

Adam Graham/Isla Bryson: Rape of two women

Dominic Risden/Lexi-Rose Crawford: Rape and sexual assault of a woman 

Ali Ay: Sexual assault of seven women

Graeme/Jane Beck: Two counts of sexual assault against women and one of offending public decency. Returned to prison for breaching SHPO post-release

Katana Paris: Sexual assault of two prison officers (one female, one male)

Wayne Rogers: Assault by penetration, two offences of sexual assault and two of causing a person to engage in sexual activity without consent

Scott Mathieson: Sexually motivated stalking and threatening/abusive behaviour towards vulnerable, elderly women

Gerald Crawley: Sexual assault of a woman

Jason Pilley/Jane Knightingale: Exposure of penis and testicles, obstructing police officers


Martin Tarling/Abbi Taylor: Multiple offences including dumping soiled adult nappies, interfering with nappies at a nursery, smearing milk bottles intended for children with faeces and the theft of nappy bags 

Samantha Norris: Multiple charges relating to indecent exposure towards young girls and indecent images of children

Sought by the police:

“Rosemary Times”: Alleged serial sex offender exposing genitals and masturbating in shops

Burgess Hill Sex Offenders: Two offenders suspected of violently attacking and sexually assaulting a child

Demanding transfer to women’s prisons in Scotland

Andrew Burns/Tiffany Scott: Serial extremely violent offender with multiple convictions for violence against women (including members of the public, healthcare workers, prison officers and a 13 year old girl stalked from prison)

Jonathon/Charlene Mallon: Convicted in 2014 of the rape and sexual assault of six women

Albert/Claire Caballero: Convicted in 2019 of the abduction and rape of a female care worker

Other violent offences: 11

Erin Dawson: Assault of a female women’s rights activist

April Welsh: Assault occasioning actual bodily harm (domestic violence)

Zara Jade: Six offences including false imprisonment, assault, and robbery

Raphael de Sousa: Assault to the victim’s severe injury and permanent disfigurement

Jade Anderson: Assault of a paramedic and a police officer

Andrew Burns/Tiffany Scott: Assault of four prison officers, behaving in a threatening or abusive manner and vandalism

Tyrone/Trinity Sanders: Two counts of common assault by beating and one count of common assault

Thomas/Rebecca Gordon: Causing an animal unnecessary suffering (drop-kicked mother’s cat)

Richard Coyle: Causing unnecessary suffering to a protected animal, cruelty to a wild mammal

Laura Davis: Causing racially, religiously aggravated harassment, alarm or distress by words or writing

Trevor Parnham/Chloe Dove: Two counts of harassment, one of outraging public decency by urinating and defecating outside a hostel and criminal damage for smearing excrement over police cells


Robyn Woof: Transgender activist charged with assault


Alan/Sarah Jane Baker: The transgender activist was acquitted of using threatening or abusive words or behaviour with intent to cause harassment, alarm and distress. The video of Baker telling a crowd at the Trans Pride march in London to punch TERFs (i.e. women) “in the fucking face” is available here

Miscellaneous other offences: 

Andrew Phillips: Criminal damage (smeared faeces in a police cell when arrested for a sex offence towards a child


Nathan Sparling: Pled not guilty to fraud charges and will stand trial in 2024

Not charged

PC Alex Horwood/Lynsay Watson: Found guilty of gross misconduct and dismissed without notice from Leicestershire Police after sending 1,200+ abusive and derogatory messages to a member of the public



Convictions of females (ie individuals who identify as transgender men or who cross-dress)

Bronwyn/Anarlin Jones: admitted manslaughter (of Jones’ mother) on the grounds of diminished responsibility but denied murder. Murder trial scheduled for April 2024

Coral/Ryan Scott: Engaging in sexual activity with or towards a child

Sought by the police

Agata/Jack Makowska: Multiple charges related to the stalking of two women