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Alderman’s husband pleads no contest to sexual assault

James Hogue, husband to Maumelle Alderman Jan Hogue, pleaded no contest to 2nd degree sexual assault in circuit court Thursday.
LITTLE ROCK, AR – James Hogue, husband to Maumelle Alderman Jan Hogue, pleaded no contest to 2nd degree sexual assault in circuit court Thursday.

Proscecutors say Hogue sexually assaulted a young girl, who was between the ages of 3 and 4 when the assault occurred.

A judge sentenced Hogue to 5 years of probation, $5,000 fine, can not have minors in his house, can not contact the victim, must attend treatment for sex offenders, must submit to drug screens, and must register as a sex offender.

Hogue’s sex offender level will be assessed at a later date.

The prosecutor’s office says that Hogue only spent one day in jail in connection to the crime, the day he was arrested. The prosecutor’s office notes that the mother of the victim moved out of state and would not cooperate with the prosecution.
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