When the assault was over, Wald said "I get like this when I'm drunk", and apologised, telling the victim he didn't deserve the attack, the court heard.Judge Barnett said Wald had shown only limited remorse and his cruel actions had had a devastating effect on the teen: "The community expects such behaviour to be strongly denounced." He sentenced Wald to 7 1/2 years' jail with a non-parole period of 5 1/2 years, and ordered he be placed on the serious sex offenders registry.Judge John Barnett said Wald, who had convictions for more than 100 offences including theft, armed robbery and assault, had failed to heed previous court warnings over his substance abuse.The court was told Wald sneaked up behind his teenage victim in Frankston's business district, put a knife to his neck and demanded his mobile phone.Waghorn, now 51, was jailed for 14 years in 1992 after he attacked a 10-year-old girl as she walked home.He grabbed her, forced her into his car and later sexually assaulted her.When he tried to flee, Wald marched him through the streets, smashing his head against walls, fire hydrants and windows.He then raped him at knifepoint, telling him he "would not be going home tonight".
Michael Scott Wald, 22, was fuelled by a volatile mixture of alcohol and the dangerous methamphetamine when he abducted his male victim from Frankston in March last year and raped him twice beside a railway track.
Wadas has previous convictions on his record for child sex offences.
He will face Newcastle District Court next week where a sentence date will be set. "Make friends, sex fiend told" (15-6-2011) A Convicted pedophile with a history of abducting young girls off the street needed to brush up his social skills so he would no longer be a high risk of reoffending in a significant way, a court was told yesterday.
Ian William Walker, who is now 64, faced Bundaberg District Court yesterday and pleaded guilty to indecently treating a child under the age of 16 who was in his care.
Prosecutor Dzenita Balic said the girl's family had known Walker and his wife, who ran a child care service, for about four years.