March 27, 2014
A Charlottesville teacher, charged with multiple counts of child pornography, appeared in federal court in Alexandria County on Wednesday.
Corey Robert Schock was arrested in February, accused of possessing child pornography and using a communications system to solicit child pornography.
Today, Schock was released on bond and placed in the custody of his mother, Dolores, who lives in Allentown, Pa.
Conditions of his release include electronic monitoring and undertaking a mental health evaluation.
He is also not allowed to use a computer nor a smartphone, and can not have any unsupervised contact with any minor.
Schock was a Golden Apple award-winning teacher and a favorite among some of his students at Venable Elementary School.
Court documents indicated that there is no evidence that he has had any inappropriate contact with a minor in Charlottesville.