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Former City Teacher Sentenced For Soliciting Minor

Former City Teacher Sentenced For Soliciting Minor

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A former Venable Elementary teacher will spend ten years in prison after admitting to soliciting a minor online. Corey Robert Schock (pictured) pleaded guilty to having sexually explicit online chats with a 15-year-old girl. The 44-year-old also admitted to sending sexually explicit pictures of himself and asking her to send pictures of her own. The Woodbridge girl then sent explicit pictures and a video. After ten years in prison, Schock will spend ten years on supervised release, have to register as a sex offender, can only have monitored computer use, and cannot have contact with any minors without permission from a parole officer. He’s also required to pay more than $2000 in victim restitution.

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