Mohammed Majid, 24, of Nile Street, Burslem, was snared by paedophile hunters at Central Forest Park and is barred from having any contact with known offenders unless he is being supervised by a probation officer.
He was placed on the register for 10 years in 2017 after being convicted of attempting to meet a girl under 16 following grooming.
Majid is currently subject to a three-year rehabilitation order after being snared by paedophile hunters when he groomed an ‘underage girl’ and then attempted to meet her at Hanley’s Central Forest Park. He was also handed the 10-year harm prevention order and placed on the offenders’ register for five years.
But Majid breached his harm prevention order after going for a game of football with the pervert who he had met during their time on community service.
In March, he breached court order, after deleting the search history on a phone and having bank cards which were not registered with police.
The latest breach happened on July 1 he made contact with a known convicted offender. The police searched his house. The breach is the communication.”
He has been handed a 12 month community order after he admitted failing to comply with the notification requirements of the offenders’ register.
He has been given a two-month curfew with an electronic tag between the hours of 10pm and 5am and was ordered to pay £345 court costs.