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.
5th District Republican leaders have agreed to hold a May 14th convention where they will pick a nominee for Congress.
UVA racked up its sixth consecutive victory Saturday afternoon trouncing Pitt 64-50.
This year, CBS will broadcast the game on TV and stream it live on cbssports.com. The network will play the same commercials on TV and on the live stream.
Earlysville resident Gary Grant has scolded the Albemarle Supervisors for deciding their committee assignments in a January 6th closed session.