Trial set for ex-Bullhead City police sergeant in sex assault case

May 24, 2015, 9:46 AM | Updated: 9:46 am

KINGMAN, Ariz. — A former Bullhead City police sergeant will go to trial
on sexual assault charges in December.

The Mohave Daily News reports that Coconino County
prosecutors and a defense attorney for Jesse Samuel Hoag met last week to
discuss a tentative trial date.

Hoag faces two counts of sexual assault.

The 11-year veteran police officer is accused of taking a student from Mohave
Community College, where he taught a class, to a Laughlin bar in October 2014
and then assaulting her in a parking lot.

Las Vegas police arrested Hoag a month later for attempted sexual assault. They
said he attacked a woman two weeks earlier in a vehicle outside a Laughlin bar.

Hoag is currently out on bond and in the process of moving to California.

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Information from: Mohave Valley Daily News, http://www.mohavedailynews.com

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Trial set for ex-Bullhead City police sergeant in sex assault case