William Donohoe: The sex offender ‘deleted the recording of the call on his cell phone’

A sex offender has returned to court from police custody for allegedly violating his strict supervision orders by having a phone without telling cops and dropping a call.

William Donohoe, 23, faces a charge of breaching his strict sex offense prevention order last week by having the device without permission.

Its restrictions also prevent it from deleting its internet browsing history, emails, calls, and text messages.

The offender had already been placed under warrant on February 2 last year.

Court documents say Donohoe is accused of deleting the record of a phone call to another man named in the complaint between August 3 and August 4 this month at his then address in Ninians Terrace, Kilwinning.

It is alleged that he made and deleted the call without reasonable excuse or knowledge of the police.

It is alleged that Donohoe committed the offense after being released on bail on June 1 and July 28 this year.

Donohoe, who was represented by barrister Peter Murray, pleaded not guilty to the charge when he returned to Kilmarnock Sheriff Court after his arrest last week. [Friday, August 5].

Bail has been granted and Donohoe, now of McGregor Avenue, Stevenston, will return to court at a later date.

Police Scotland can be contacted on 101 – in an emergency always dial 999.

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