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Conrad Penn, 46, of Conifer Close, Colchester, was given two years and five month sentences for both burglaries, nine months for fraud and two four month sentences for driving while disqualified, all to run concurrently, at Chelmsford Crown Court yesterday (Wednesday, August 2).
He pleaded guilty to all counts on Wednesday, July 12.
A judge has warned of the dangers of “vulnerable and impressionable” people watching films or playing video games depicting gang violence and rape after sentencing a Colchester man who planned to tie up a woman and have sex with her after playing Grand Theft Auto.Lee Banks, 29, who was living in supported accommodation for people with minor mental health problems, was holding a pair of scissors and claimed to have tape in a bag he was carrying when he was seen by a fellow resident outside Newlands, in Ipswich Road, Colchester, at around midnight in May last year, Ipswich Crown Court heard.When Banks was asked what he was doing he said he wanted to go to a house in the area and have sex with the woman who lived there.Sentence was adjourned until yesterday when Judge Martyn Levett said he doubted if Banks would have committed the offence if he had not been watching Grand Theft Auto.“I can’t say any responsibility is born by those who make these films and videos and market them, but steps should be taken to prevent them falling into the hands of people who might try to replicate them,” he said.He said the public should be aware of the prevalence of cases of vulnerable and impressionable people being affected by playing video games or watching films depicting gang violence and rape.
Judge Levett said Banks suffered from a number of disadvantages, including learning difficulties and mental health problems and had been described as “a boy in a man’s body.”He said he was not able to reach a conclusion about what sexual offence Banks had intended to commit as there was a significant gap between him trespassing and any likely contact with the occupant of the house.