Ilfracombe sex register pensioner faces second charge
A pensioner from Ilfracombe is to be tried at Barnstaple Crown Court on two charges of failing to register with the police as a sex offender.
Bernard Jones, 67, pleaded not guilty to a second count when he appeared before Exeter Crown Court.
Jones, of High Street, Ilfracombe, denied failing to comply with notification requirements between August 12, 2012 and September 7, 2012 by not giving police information about his bank account and passport.
He has already denied a similar charge of failing to comply with the notification requirements of the sex offenders’ register by not attending the police station May 10 this year.
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Judge Francis Gilbert, QC, adjourned the case for a two day trial at Barnstaple Crown Court in November and released Jones on bail.
Jones, who was not represented, agreed the two cases should be heard together. He intends to contest the charges on the basis that the order to register should not have been made in the first place.