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Glenn Bruce Blakey, a retired U. Marine Corps gunnery sergeant and decorated combat soldier in Iraq, will not have to serve more time in jail beyond the year he has already spent in custody, nor will he be required by the court to register as a convicted sex offender.
The prosecutor reminded the judge the teenage girl was having trouble at home and sought help from an instructor, who she looked up to and eventually developed a crush over.
According to the prosecutor, the ROTC instructor picked up the girl from her home a couple of times a week over a three-month period and took her to a wildlife refuge in Oroville, where the two had consensual sex. After initially denying the allegations and being placed on administrative leave with the high school, Blakey pleaded no contest in December to separate felony counts of unlawful sexual intercourse and oral copulation with a minor in return for additional charges being dropped.
Prior to imposing sentence, the judge committed Blakey to undergo a day diagnostic evaluation at a state prison facility. Two prison officials submitted differing opinions to the court regarding whether Blakey represented a danger to other minors.
A court-appointed psychologist who examined Blakey concluded he would not be a danger to re-offend. But the judge said he was exercising his lawful discretion in not ordering the defendant to register with local police agencies. Blakey was placed on three years probation and sentenced to days in jail, though the judge noted he had already served the entire time prior to sentencing.