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An estimated 60 suspects in the county will be targeted in the investigation.
Stephen John Moores (30) now of East Preston, Littlehampton, Sussex, charged with 16 counts of making indecent images of children and one count of possessing.
Neil Crayden, (47), a former Mid-Anglia parish priest was Roman Catholic priest at the St Felix parish in Haverhill and who now resides in Devon, sentenced by Exeter magistrates and placed on a sex offenders programme, as well as being ordered to pay 58 costs.
He is still ordained in the church, despite a conviction for indecently assaulting a man over the age of 16 in 1979, and in August, 2001 he was cautioned for indecently assaulting a 15-year-old male parishioner in 1995.
Placed on the sex offenders register for seven years. Ex- PC Tony Goodridge (36) married with two young boys; jailed for six months.
Richard Denning, (31) forced to move out of his family home in Knowle Park, because he has a baby daughter, and who was a former care worker, jailed for six months, and will be placed on the sex offenders register Michael Dovey, 63, a retired GP, from Kingswood, Bristol, jailed for six months. Placed on the sex offenders register and pay 1,000 towards defence costs, with all computer equipment confiscated. Stephen Sharp, (45) Bath, sentenced to a three year community rehabilitation order, ordered to pay costs of 130 and PC computer equipment forfeited"I am very upset, very hurt and very ashamed by the matter," said the family man. The other, a 47 year old male from Knowle, Bristol still not appeared in court Avon and Somerset police are investigating more than 200 names.
Matthew Brereton, (33) of Dunstable, placed on the sex offenders register for five years, ordered to do a three year community rehabilitation order.
names were given to the British Police by the FBI, who had recorded credit card details, e-mail addresses and home addresses of pedosceles using the Internet.
Thousands of paedophiles are given cautions because police cannot cope with the huge volume of cases.