Miss Dowling added: "When he went to meet the girl in question, he was met by Guardians of the North."Baker confessed he had contacted "Katie" during police questioning and that he knew she was underage but said he would not have done anything sexual with her if she had turned up.
Judge Stephen Earl sentenced Baker, who has never been in trouble before, to a community order for two years with sex offender registration and sexual harm prevention order for fiveyears.
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He initially cut contact when he was told "Katie" was a 15-year-old schoolgirl from Sunderland but got in touch again over a fortnight later.
Miss Dowling said the conversations veered between "banal and sexual" with discussions about school and football and Baker asking questions about the girl's underwear and her sexual experience.
Prosecutor Emma Dowling told the court Baker, who had never been in trouble before, was carrying a condom when he turned up to meet the child but there is a "question" over exactly what would have happened if a teenager actually turned up as he had voiced concern about her age during the messages.
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