Saturday, May 22, 1999

Molester charged with lying to immigration

        A British man has been charged with making false statements to U.S. immigration officials by not disclosing a 1994 conviction for indecent assault on two girls.

        A federal grand jury in Cincinnati this week indicted Ian Waddup, 37, on charges of telling the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service that he had never been convicted of an offense involving moral turpitude.

        If he had admitted to the 1994 conviction, he would have been prohibited from entering the United States.

        Mr. Waddup was convicted in March on charges of contributing to the delinquency of a 15-year-old Hamilton girl. Police said he flew to the United States to meet the girl after establishing contact with her in an Internat chat room.

        In April, Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Sylvia Hendon suspended 90 days of his 180-day sentence and credited him for time served since his Feb. 9 arrest in Springdale.


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