Ian Anderson 10 a.m., Jan. 21
Admitted Felon Refuses Probation Officer's Demands
A former Oceanside High School basketball coach who admitted having sex with a student has refused to stop using certain websites, per his probation officer’s demands.
The attorney for Corey Lane Hogue protested to a superior court judge that Craigslist is “not a social media website.”
“Craigslist’s main focus is classified ads,” according to attorney Benjamin Kington. He also stated that the probation officer does not have power to add or modify conditions of probation, in paperwork the attorney submitted to court March 6, 2012.
The judge’s order granting Hogue probation in December 2010 reads: “Do not participate in computer chat rooms or otherwise contact minors via computer.”
In a psychological evaluation found in Hogue’s court file, a doctor stated: “Of his patterned infidelity, Mr. Hogue remarks that….He would meet women on the internet, engage them, and then eventually be caught by his ongoing partners.” Hogue told the doctor that he was attracted to younger women, and that he had never been faithful to any of his wives.
Corey Lane Hogue, now 40, admitted having sexual intercourse with a 17-year-old student in 2009, when he was 37 years old. He was working as a coach at the same high school the teenaged girl was attending, during years 2006 – 2009.
In the plea deal, charges that Hogue molested and had intercourse with the girl since she was 15-years-old were dropped. At a preliminary hearing in 2010, the prosecutor played tape-recorded phone calls in which the victim spoke with Hogue and pretended that she believed she was pregnant, and they made arrangements to meet.
Hogue has two teenaged daughters of his own, who live with their mother in another state. Hogue currently lives with his third wife and their son in Oceanside, and “He says that he and his wife have an open marriage however that was at his request,” according to file papers.
Hogue was sentenced to 3 years probation in the plea deal signed December 8 2010. He was not required to register as a sex offender.
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