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Monash cop helps jail convicted paedophile
An off-duty Monash cop has helped jail a convicted paedophile caught ogling kids in a public swimming pool in Melbourne’s east.
Kevin Patrick Arundell, of Boronia, last week lost an appeal to have his conviction overturned in the County Court.
Arundell appealed against his sentence and conviction after he was found guilty of being a convicted sex offender loitering around children.
Arundell, 61, who had been freed on bail after receiving a 15-month prison sentence at the Ringwood Magistrates’ Court in July, will now serve an immediate three-month prison term with a further nine-month sentence suspended for two years.
On July 22 this year, the Ringwood Magistrates’ Court heard evidence from two off-duty police officers, including Monash detective Sen-Constable Daniel Passingham, that on January 11 last year they saw Arundell duck-diving so as to spy on children as young as seven.
Arundell denied the charge, but magistrate Bill O’Day found Arundell had been deliberately submerging to observe children.
Arundell has previously served nine years in jail for a child sex offence.
Boronia paedophile jailed after losing appeal
A convicted Boronia paedophile caught ogling kids in a public pool in Melbourne’s east has been jailed.
Kevin Patrick Arundell last week lost his County Court appeal to have his conviction overturned.
Arundell appealed his sentence and conviction after being found guilty of being a convicted sex offender loitering around children.
Arundell, 61, who was on bail after receiving a 15-month prison sentence at Ringwood Magistrates’ Court in July, will now serve three months in prison with a further nine months suspended for two years.
On July 22 this year, the court heard from two off-duty police officers that on January 11 last year they saw Arundell duck-diving so as to spy on children as young as seven.
Arundell denied the charge, but Magistrate Bill O’Day found Arundell had been deliberately submerging to observe children.
Arundell previously served nine years in jail for a child sex offence.
Sex fiend jailed but bailed
A convicted paedophile walked free on bail yesterday after being jailed for 15 months for ogling children at a swimming pool.
And the Herald Sun can reveal that just over a month after being caught at the pool, predator Kevin Patrick Arundell, 61, lured a single mother of a 10-year-old boy to live with him.
Arundell, of Boronia, was jailed for a minimum of nine months yesterday, but was bailed after he immediately lodged an appeal, to be heard in October. He must report to police twice a week and is not permitted to enter public pools.
The prosecution had argued the public, particularly children, needed protection.
Arundell, who has served nine years in jail for a child sex offence, denied a charge of being a sex offender loitering in a place frequented by children.
Ringwood Magistrates' Court heard evidence from two off-duty police officers that on January 11 last year they saw Arundell duck-diving so as to spy on children as young as seven.
"I was boiling inside," Sen-Det Daniel Passingham said. "I told him he was a perverted man and (to) get out of the pool."
George Georgiou, for Mr Arundell, argued he had been porpoise-diving, not observing children.
But magistrate Bill O'Day found Mr Arundell had been deliberately submerging to observe children.
This week, a single mother from Tasmania told the Herald Sun how in February 2010 she answered an ad seeking a tenant who was a single mum.
One day, she found two detectives at her home. "They asked me what I was doing there and I said 'We live here'. They were horrified. Within half an hour I received a call from child protective services basically telling me we had to get out, it was too unsafe."
She said Arundell offered to look after her son when she worked nights. Both of them felt traumatised.
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