A SUPERVISED sex offender who removed his electronic tracking device told Corrective Services staff “I’m not going back to jail” when they urged him to hand himself in.
Corrective Services was able to make contact with Daniel Anthony McQuilton after he removed the monitoring device in central Sydney last Wednesday, triggering an alarm.
He admitted to them that he had removed the device.
When staff encouraged him to return he told them: “It is not living on this order and I’m not doing it any more. I’ve had enough.”
McQuilton, who is classified a high-risk sex offender, later car-jacked a woman in Bondi Junction and fled in her stolen Mitsubishi Lancer to Wodonga, where he lost control of the car and hit a tree in London Road in the early hours of Good Friday.
Soon after he handed himself in to police at Wodonga.
McQuilton did not apply for bail when he appeared in Albury Local Court yesterday after his extradition from Victoria to NSW on Tuesday.
He entered guilty pleas to three counts of failing to comply with a supervision order, assault with intent to take a motor vehicle, not giving details to owner of damaged property and failing to stop when pursued by police.
He is yet to enter a plea to a charge of unlicensed driving.
McQuilton was jailed in 2009 for three years over the sexual assault and bashing of a Wodonga dancer in Young Street, Albury, in 2008.
In January, the Supreme Court placed him on an extended supervision order for two years and six months, requiring him to wear the tracking device.
Magistrate Tony Murray adjourned the matters for sentencing in Sydney on June 11.
He ordered a psychiatric assessment of McQuilton.