Judge reduces minimum term of man who raped boy, 6
A judge has amended the sentence of Daniel Aaron Chipchase who raped a six-year-old boy in Mablethorpe.
Chipchase has still received a life sentence but the minimum term he must serve before he can be considered for parole has been reduced from 12 years to six.
Daniel Aaron Chipchase, from Rhyl, North Wales, was arrested on October 17, 2012 after a member of the public became concerned about what was going on in a toilet cubicle at a caravan site in Mablethorpe.
He was charged with offences relating to this rape and to the attack of two girls aged three and five back in North Wales, including the rape of one.
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Judge Sean Morris, passing sentence at Lincoln Crown Court, told Chipchase: “Life is the only sentence that will provide lasting and enduring protection for the public.
“You represent a significant risk of serious harm to children from further such offending. I am of the view that if you were to be alone with any young child, male or female, your sexual urges would get the better of you and you would commit serious sexual offences against them.”