Netherfield man who travelled to abuse Southampton child jailed

6/28/2022 9:07:00 PM

Daniel Castel-Nuovo went to Southampton to abuse an 11-year-old but was met by police instead.

Nottinghamshire's Daniel Castel-Nuovo went to Southampton to abuse an child but was met by police

Daniel Castel-Nuovo went to Southampton to abuse an 11-year-old but was met by police instead.

Image caption,Daniel Castel-Nuovo travelled from his home in Nottinghamshire to Southampton with the intention of abusing the 11-year-oldA man who travelled more than 170 miles to abuse a child following online chats has been jailed.Daniel Castel-Nuovo, 48, left his Nottinghamshire home in May and went to Southampton intending to abuse an 11-year-old.

Instead he was met by police officers who he was unaware had been chatting to him.Castel-Nuovo, of Netherfield, pleaded guilty at Southampton Crown Court and was jailed for two-and-a-half years.The defendant, of Harrogate Street, admitted arranging or facilitating the commission of a child sexual offence.

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SEROCU Image caption, Daniel Castel-Nuovo travelled from his home in Nottinghamshire to Southampton with the intention of abusing the 11-year-old A man who travelled more than 170 miles to abuse a child following online chats has been jailed.The Aer Lingus flights to Cardiff and Southampton will be operated by Emerald Airlines Aer Lingus has announced the introduction of two new routes from Belfast City Airport.The argument was in Watford Fields at around 6pm on Tuesday, June 21, when two people were reportedly being abusive towards a cat in their care.A man has been jailed after pretending to be his brother when he was stopped by police while driving in Northampton.

Daniel Castel-Nuovo, 48, left his Nottinghamshire home in May and went to Southampton intending to abuse an 11-year-old. Instead he was met by police officers who he was unaware had been chatting to him. The airline's Belfast hub already services Birmingham, Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford, Glasgow, Exeter and Manchester. Castel-Nuovo, of Netherfield, pleaded guilty at Southampton Crown Court and was jailed for two-and-a-half years. "While cases of alleged animal cruelty can be very emotive, I would urge the public not to give commentary online or publicly name anyone they believe involved as this could jeopardise a future court case. The defendant, of Harrogate Street, admitted arranging or facilitating the commission of a child sexual offence. Ciarán Smith, head of commercial at Emerald Airlines, said the routes would offer more choice for travellers from Belfast. He had been arrested by specialist officers from the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (Serocu) on 17 May. His brother received a postal requisition to court for a single offence, driving with no insurance.

Castel-Nuovo will be included on the sex offenders register indefinitely and will be subject of an indefinite sexual harm prevention order. "In addition, we will continue to add more routes and increase frequencies over the coming months. Have you got a story for us? You can. Det Insp James Oxley, from Serocu, said: "Castel-Nuovo's conviction following a proactive Serocu investigation reflects our continued priority to protect children from sexual exploitation from those who seek to do them harm." Follow BBC South on . "With the addition of Cardiff and Southampton, Aer Lingus Regional will now operate routes to eight of the 21 destinations Belfast City Airport will fly to this summer.