A 34 year old Stonehouse sex offender has admitted further offences against children including making indecent photos and possessing videos of child abuse.

Previously Jason Evans, of Gloucester Road, Stonehouse, had admitted attempting to meet a child after sexually grooming her, three offences of attempting to breach the terms of a sexual harm prevention order, and two of attempting to incite girls under 16 to engage in sexual activity.

On Friday at Gloucester crown court, Evans pleaded guilty to three new charges of making indecent photographs of children between 1st January and 19th July this year.

Judge Michael Cullum heard those offences included 23 'movies' of vile child abuse of the most serious categorisation.

Evans also pleaded guilty to possessing an indecent image of a child, and a further breach of a sexual harm prevention order by having a computer device that he did not make available to the police to examine.

Sarah Jenkins, representing Evans, said a forensic psychologist's report was being prepared and would be passed to the probation service.

The court heard that DC Gav Davis of the Child Sexual Exploitation Team would speak to Evans in the cells of the court about yet further 'online grooming' allegations.

Mrs Jenkins informed the court that Evans would be making admissions to those matters.

The judge ordered that all charges be brought together and a probation report be prepared for the sentence hearing he fixed for 13th December.

Evans was remanded in custody till then.