By Janie Southard
Former New Knoxville teacher Patrick McGue, who pleaded guilty to sexual battery in late April was jailed June 1 for violation of bond conditions.
McGue, 32, of Wapakoneta, was released in April on his own recognizance after pleading guilty to one count of sexual battery, a third-degree felony, for his involvement with a 17-year old New Knoxville High School student.
Auglaize County Sheriff's Detective Mike Eberle told The Daily Standard this morning McGue was ordered by the court to have no contact with the victim, but that he disobeyed that order in mid-May.
After McGue was picked up for the bond violation, he admitted in court that he had met with the victim.
Common PleaseJudge Frederick Pepple revoked the bond at a hearing earlier this week. McGue is currently incarcerated in the Auglaize County Jail with "no further bond available at this point," according to Eberle.
His sentencing hearing is set for June 30 when he faces up to five years in jail and a $10,000 maximum fine.