CRIMINALS jailed in June include a rapist who fantasised about abuse, a man who assaulted two children and a female sex offender who targeted her victim in a bathroom.

Perry Legg

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Perry Legg, who fantasised about rape, assaulted a woman in her own home while beating her.

The 33-year-old reportedly had an active interest in violent sexual behaviour and raped his victim while she protested.

It was said the victim told Legg that she did not want to have sex but he held her down and forced himself on her while repeatedly hitting her in the face.

When she was able to get free, the woman fled her own home to a neighbour’s house, with Legg later telling a friend that ‘something bad had happened’.

Legg, of Old Wareham Road, was sentenced to 12 years in prison for three counts of rape, assault occasioning actual bodily harm and possessing extreme pornographic material.

George Talbott

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George Talbott left a shop worker covered in blood and needing her head glued back together after bottling her in a Co-op store.

The victim was working as a team leader in the Bournemouth store when Talbott, a recognised shoplifter, stuffed a pastry down his trousers.

She told him he could keep the food but needed to leave however, Talbot made his way to the drinks aisle and snatched bottles of alcohol before walking out the shop.

The victim tried to stop him, along with a colleague, when he turned around and smashed a bottle over her head.

She was left with a 2cm gaping wound to her head.

Talbott, 23 and of no fixed abode, was sentenced to 23 months in prison for wounding without intent.

Steven Richardson

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Steven Richardson sexually abused two children and warned them not to tell anyone about their “little game.”

The 53-year-old was sentenced for six counts of sexual offences after his crimes came to light 15 years later.

The court heard that he “pestered” the children to expose themselves, using the pretence of “cleanliness.”

One victim told the court that they have been left unable to trust men and that Richardson made them “a shell of a person.”

Richardson, of Lockeridge Close, Blandford Forum, was jailed for 14 years.

Jennifer Mallee

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Jennifer Mallee assaulted two women in nightclub toilets weeks apart from each other in 2019.

The first victim only reported Mallee’s offences after she saw the second victim’s court case in the Daily Echo.

It was reported the first victim had her drink spiked and needed to use the bathroom, so Mallee led her by the hand.

Mallee locked both of them into a cubicle and “took awful advantage of the situation.”

Judge Robert Pawson said the defendant is “physically large” and made the victim vulnerable due to their size difference.

Jennifer Mallee, 28 and of Knyveton Road, was sentenced to four years and three months in prison.

Luke Spencer

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Luke Spencer and another woman used a hammer to force their way into a Spar store in West Dorset and stole multiple items.

They broke into the Mosterton store along with shops in Sturminster Newton and three locations in Somerset.

Spencer, 35 and of Corfe Mullen, was sentenced to three years and one month in prison for four counts of burglary, going equipped to steal, assault causing actual bodily harm and driving without insurance.

Graham Ridealgh

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Graham Ridealgh stole more than £1,400 worth of beauty products, sports clothing and children’s toys.

He committed regular thefts in Boots, One-Stop, Co-op and Sports Direct stores in Bournemouth.

Ridealgh, 52 and of no fixed abode, was sentenced to 16 months in prison for shoplifting and non-dwelling burglary offences.