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pleading guilty to five charges relating to gross indecency with a boy under 16 years of age and indecent assault on a boy under the age of 14.
Steve Close, 53, was serving in the Army when he was convicted of gross indecency in 1983.
Dawn Cunningham, 46, of Forth Street, Stanley, was found guilty of two counts of gross indecency and one of indecent assault.
The pensioner, of Catherine Court, Holly Lane, Erdington, is also accused of gross indecency with a boy under 16 and attempting to carry out a serious sexual offence.
The other victim suffered an attempted sexual assault and two offences of gross indecency at his hands.
He faces charges alleging indecent assault and gross indecency against two boys at a school in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, and a boy in West Yorkshire.
Police have still not explained why a former debt collector was only arrested 32 years after he was accused of gross indecency.
I did my part in trying to correct that in my drama classes and teach tolerance, talking about how (playwright) Oscar Wilde was charged with gross indecency and spent two years in prison for being gay.
Hewitt, 68, was convicted of 53 offences against children at the former Macedon home in Newtownabbey, including indecent assaults, gross indecency and inciting gross indecency.
David Hipperson had escaped a custodial sentence in October last year when magistrates gave him a rehabilitation order after he had admitted gross indecency with the girl.
He was also convicted of committing an act of gross indecency on a ninth woman.
Director Moises Kaufman's protagonists break the rules in a gay way, as evidenced in The Laramie Project and Gross Indecency.