A Charlottesville elementary school teacher facing federal charges for allegedly trying to lure a teenager into sexual activity online has been released on a personal recognizance bond.
Corey Schock, 43, appeared in federal court in Alexandria Wednesday. The fourth grade teacher at Venable Elementary is charged with online coercion and solicitation of a minor.
The judge released him to his mother's custody in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
The conditions of his release include no unsupervised contact with a minor, home monitoring, no use of a computer or smartphone, and Schock must undergo a mental health evaluation and treatment as directed.