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A former physical education teacher for Oceanside High School admitted to a probation violation on March 6 at the Vista courthouse.

Corey Lane Hogue, now 39, pleaded guilty in 2010 to having unlawful sexual contact with a student when she was 15 years old. Lane avoided a prison term in his plea deal of October 2010 and had been placed on probation and ordered to do 30 days of public service.

Hogue today admitted to going to a public park where children were likely to be found, according to his defense attorney. Hogue’s visit to the park was not approved by his probation officer. Prosecutor Laurie Hauf hinted that the probation officer had a longer list of complaints about Hogue, but this was the only violation Hogue admitted to in court today.

Hogue was sharply admonished by judge Aaron Katz to “comply with every single directive from your probation officer.” He was ordered to complete his sex-offender program, his access to the internet will now be monitored, and his term of probation was extended another year, to December of 2014.

At the end of the 20-minute hearing, Judge Katz told the offender, “If you violate probation again, I’m going to send you to state prison.”

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realnews March 8, 2012 @ 8:13 a.m.

So the question becomes, why is Judge Katz so pedophile friendly? It's not as if we don't have room in the jails. So what will it take for Judge Katz to get his act together? See Maybe someone else has a clue as to why so many people who are over-turned so often, remain on the San Diego bench. I sure don't. But I do know they are wasting time and money.


SurfPuppy619 March 8, 2012 @ 10:26 a.m.

It's not as if we don't have room in the jails. == You don't know what you're talking about if you think we have jail beds. We do not, that is a simple fact, and it is getting worse every single day.

State prisons are 85% over capacity and that is why Brown is now sending low level non violent offenders to county. County is at 200% capacity in LA, and in San Diego it is over 90%. In LA you do 5%-10% of a sentence. In SD they are giving early kicks equal to 10%.

Our jails are way over crowded, with the majority of the offenders there for basically nothing drug crimes.


Twister March 8, 2012 @ 3:10 p.m.

It's an intra-outsource scheme.

"Privatization" by any other name should stink so sweet--for the launderers. Heah that there Giant Sucking Sound, boah?


Visduh March 12, 2012 @ 5:19 p.m.

I'd think he would walk the straight-and-narrow to avoid jail. If the probation officer told him to stand on his head every day from 4pm to 5 pm, he'd be well advised to do just that. He should make sure he gives his probation officer no reason whatsoever to complain.


jerrod_kelly1915 March 26, 2012 @ 12:45 a.m.

i remmember seeing him at school.f*ck that chester caseys the homegirl.lemme catch this fool in george bailey its on


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