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A former Frankley community worker, jailed yesterday for child sex offences, had a previous conviction for sexual assault on a young girl, the Birmingham Mail has revealed today.

Andrew Ross, of Meadowsweet Avenue, Kings Norton and formerly of Frankley, was jailed for 7 years, placed on the sex offender’s register and banned from working with children by a judge at Birmingham Crown Court yesterday.

Ross received his previous conviction over 40 years ago and Judge Carr noted it was not picked up in Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checks carried out when Ross was taken on as a community worker for the Frankley Church Community Project.

Read more:

Former Methodist preacher Andrew Ross jailed for seven years for sexually abusing a young girl – Birmingham Mail

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  1. i think the only comment can be a big OMG, not only are the people of Frankley struggling to come to terms with what this man has done but now dealt another blow stating that he has done this BEFORE. i run a Commuinity Centre in Frankley and feelings are runing high. we have beeen betrayed by this man whom we thought would be trustworthy with our children. I just hope he has no other ^good girls* on our estate or any where else for that matter


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