Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Offender Lives with Kids for Six Months; Reportable Child Offender Breaks Order Conditions

Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Offender Lives with Kids for Six Months; Reportable Child Offender Breaks Order Conditions

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Byline: Vanessa Marsh

AN offender required to report regularly to police moved to Bundaberg and lived with three children for almost six months before turning himself in, a court was told.

Allan John Treloar, 43, of Bucca, handed himself in to the Bundaberg Police Station on June 23 this year, six months after moving to the area from Ayr.

Police prosecutor Senior Constable Fiona Ward said Treloar admitted he had been in town since December and had been living with three children.

He said at the time of signing, he fully understood the conditions of being a reportable offender, which included notifying police of moving.

"This is a serious breach of reportable offender conditions," Snr Const. Ward said.

Defence lawyer Thomas Bray said his client was living with his partner and her family.

"The family were aware of that entry on his history and were agreeable to him residing there," Mr Bray said.

The defence said Treloar was now living at Bucca with his partner, her daughter and her partner, and their two teenage children. …

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