North East Wales

Deeside businessman Emyr Williams had child abuse images

Mold Crown Court
Image caption Cattery owner Emyr Williams was given a three year community order at Mold Crown Court

A Deeside businessman has admitted viewing indecent films of child sex abuse.

Cattery owner Emyr Williams, 65, of Aston Hill, Queensferry, was told he should appreciate what he looked at was actually happening.

Williams was given a three-year community order at Mold Crown Court on Tuesday.

He was ordered to register as a sex offender for five years and pay £1,000 costs.

Judge Niclas Parry told Williams: "That happened to that child.

"It happened because people are prepared to view these images."

Williams, who had no previous convictions, admitted making and possessing indecent images of children and possessing an extreme image.

He was also made to serve a five-year sexual offences prevention order restricting his use of the internet and preventing him from contacting or attempting to contact children under 16.

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