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Last year, he was warned by the same police officer about loitering around an after-achool hours program held at St Patricks.
Caldwell, 65, of Prune St, Lavington, pleaded guilty to being a convicted sex offender loitering near a school without reasonable excuse and having as knife in a public place.Robert Caldwell accepted a five-year order effectively preventing him from going near the school where he was previously caught loitering and was subsequently prosecuted by police.Magistrate Tony Murray was told in the circumstances of complaint that Caldwell, 66, was convicted in Albury Court in 2003 on a charge of indecent assault on a victim aged under 10 and received a 10-month jail term.He was seen by a witness about 4.30pm last Tuesday walking slowly in an easterly direction on the footpath outside the infants area of the school.Another witness saw him sitting on steps leading into the school hall when there were about 33 children in the after-school area located within the grounds about 50m from him.Cain has since been taken to the prison's detention unit.
School in win over sex felon (24-7-2006) A convicted sex offender agreed in Albury Court yesterday with conditions of an apprehended violence order being sought by the St Patricks Catholic School principal.
He told police that he carried the knife with him and had consumed half a bottle of wine before his arrest.
Caldwell was granted bail after appearing in court on May 5 and indicating he intended to plead not guilty.
Mr Murray was told it was sought for Msgr Fulton to make arrangements for it to happen away from the school area.
Caldwell and Msgr Fulton have phone contact with each other.
Magistrate Michael Dowd said it was appropriate to get a pre-sentence report on Caldwell following the indication from Sgt Hanzic. Caldwell was seen by a police officer at am on May 5 in the car park of St Patrick Primary school in Smollett St.