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A Belfast man allegedly used a mobile messaging app in attempts at sexual communication with a police officer kik belfast as a year-old girl, a court has heard. David Quinn 28 is also accused of resuming contact on Kik the day after he was released from custody. A judge was told that a message sent via the accused's user name stated: "I'm sorry for the delay in my reply, I have been in jail for a week.
The accused, of Belvoir Drive, appeared at the city's magistrates court to face two new charges of attempted sexual communication with. The alleged offences were committed between July 13 and August 10, and again between November An investigating detective claimed: "The defendant has initiated contact with a police officer who has an online profile pretending to be a year-old female. A day later Quinn allegedly breached those terms by resuming contact with the officer and offering the apology, according to police.
Defence solicitor Michael McCoy stressed his client maintains he was not responsible for any of the messages, saying someone else using his details.
District Judge Steven Keown refused bail and remanded Quinn in custody to appear again by video-link on January 8. Northern Ireland news. Court told Belfast man allegedly used mobile app Kik in attempts at sexual communication with police officer posing as year-old girl. Enjoy reading the Irish News?
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