Convicted child rapist flouts requirement
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A registered sex offender has admitted flouting his notification requirements.
Callum Dimmock was jailed in 2008 for six years for raping a 12-year-old girl.
Dimmock, who was 19 at the time, had claimed he thought she was 15.
Now 30, and of Watling Street Road, Ribbleton, Preston, he is under the watchful eye of the authorities.
However, a court heard on October 1 last year he failed to notify police in South Shields, near Newcastle, of a new address he was staying at, within the three days that are required by law.
Dimmock was ordered to pay a £266 fine, £30 victim surcharge and £85 towards prosecution costs.
Sex offenders have to follow strict monitoring rules after they have been convicted of an offence.