Simon Halliday from Malton pleads guilty to making indecent images of children

A man from Malton has pleaded guilty to making indecent images of children offences at York Magistrates’ Court.

Friday, 17th January 2020, 4:32 pm
Updated Friday, 17th January 2020, 5:23 pm

Simon David Halliday, 45, from Rillington was arrested by North Yorkshire Police’s Online Abuse and Exploitation Team on Thursday morning (January 16).

Following questioning he was charged on Thursday evening with making indecent pseudo-photographs of children (eight in the most extreme Category A), making indecent pseudo-photographs of children (19 in Category B), making indecent pseudo-photographs of children (60 in Category C), breaching a sexual risk order issued by Hull Magistrates’ Court in August 2012 (deleting internet history without permission of his risk management officer).

Halliday pleaded guilty at the magistrates’ court on Friday morning.

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Simon David Halliday.

He is due at York Crown Court for sentencing on February 12.