Convicted Santa Barbara sex offender Peter Jeschke rearrested. Why does this criminal receive all the special treatment that he does from local Law Enforcement? Sometimes I have a hard time on how to create a new posting, an other times my foresight is sadly dead on. Convicted sex offender Peter Jeschke was rearrested on several charges last week and appeared in court yesterday. His new charges included failing to notify law enforcement of his new address within the mandated 5 days which is a felony. He also failed to notify parents of minors he was coaching tennis to that he was a registered sex offender, which is a misdemeanor. However did the Santa Barbara district attorney’s office forget that Judge Ochoa also ruled that Mr. Jeschke was not to have any contact with males or females under the age of 18? Before I can continue on what is wrong with this new charges we must revisit my past concerns with how Mr. Peter Jeschke seems to have been receiving preferential treatment through out his first go around with our Santa Barbara Superior Court and the District Attorneys office. I was extremely upset to learn that even though he was Court ordered to register as a sex offender there is a loop hole that allows him to register as an offender an yet not be subject to appearing on Megan’s Law web page. An even though this loop hole does exists in order for Mr. Jechke to take advantage of it would require some additional preferential treatment by our Courts an D.A. You see there is still a second case pending from the original charges that stem from way back in December 2007. If and when he is convicted of the second set of charges that would than eliminate his eligibility for use of the currently present loop hole and thus require his photo appearance on the Megan’s law web page. So why has the second case taken so long to address? Now of all my 280 postings this subject ranks as one of the top concerns by my readers. In fact the way I came across the news of his new arrest today was during a phone conversation with a concerned citizen. As we covered topics from SBCERS pension fraud to Cam Sanchez and him being sued they mentioned Mr. Jeschke had been rearrested. An not only that he had been rearrested, but that the arrest occurred in the exact hypothetical fashion I had wrote about several months ago. People I am not that damn smart and our County’s soft stance on child molesters and sex offenders must stop. An let me tell you I have heard from several concerned citizens who have shared other case’s where the defendant in a child molestation case received what seemed extremely soft sentencing. The first time I wrote about my concerns with the handling of Mr. Jeschke nobody was aware he was not on Megan’s Law web page or that a loop hole exist. Back than I received an email from Santa Barbara district attorney Joyce Dudley who just happen to be the prosecutor on the first case. An that was followed up with another email from Janet Neely of the California attorney generals office an neither correspondence seemed to be concerned with the loop whole that Mr. Jeschke was taking advantage of. Well regardless of past actions what I feel we must now concentrate on is having our District Attorney office update and inform the proper authority’s that Mr. Jeschke is no longer eligible for the loop hole and must now and forever have his appearance present on the Megan law web page. The D.A. must than add additional charges for the contact with minors,since Santa Barbara Superior Court Judge Ochoa had previously stipulated no such contact could take place. Mr. Jeschke has clearly shown he has no regard for the law or criminal process but don’t take my word for it, just look at the quotes below from the prosecutor and presiding Judge of this case.(“In my 27 years on the bench, I haven’t ever had someone try to manipulate the process as Mr. Jeschke did,” Judge Ochoa said.“In urging prison time, Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said, ” : he is truly the worst groomer-predator that I have ever prosecuted-I say that because he used his position of power (coach), control (18 years older than his victim), and status (he was a star tennis player) to give her drugs and sexually assault her, putting her in harm’s way both physically (driving) and medically (unprotected sex).”) I have also included past media coverage regrading the first criminal case for Mr. Jeschke. Having shared all that this man has been sitting in jail since last week and no press or media coverage until today? Maybe Police Chief Cam Sanchez could come up with some kind of sex offender injunction that only targets individuals? Sorry I could not pass that up. You see every time Mr. Sanchez needs to get the dogs off his trail he throws out the words “ Gang Injunction’. Last year as the group of parents known as P.A.D.R.E.S. where about to have a press conference at the court house because many of the parents felt the term alleged gang member was incorrectly being applied. What a coincidence that police chief Sanchez also had a story appear in the same issue discussing “Gang Injunction’. It must be some type of crutch he seems to use when every he is in political hot water. Now he is being sued over his mother in laws health care bills from her stay in a local rest home. Watch out Mr. Sanchez they must be on to you, oh wait I’ll use the MAGIC words “ Gang Injunction” and throw them off my trial. Yes there is a “Gang Issue’ in Santa Barbara but there is also a conduct issue by our police chief and other elected officials. The next time he brings up the idea of a “Gang Injunction’ ask him what he thinks about the idea of starting a Public Integrity Division in our D.A.’s office, Los Angeles has one! http://santabarbaracriminalcourtcorruption.blogspot.com/2010/11/why-is-second-trial-of-convicted-sex.html Why is the second trial of convicted sex offender Peter Jeschke taking so long. It seems bias treatment so as to keep him from reporting to Megan’s Law web site, which is right where he belongs! Posted on November 6, 2010 by magicinsantabarbara Below are some quotes taken from a feature written by columnist Barney Brantingham that appeared in the Santa Barbara Independent 11/25/09. The feature was titled “Sex is not a sport” and deal with the conviction and sentencing of sex offender Peter Jeschke. Current Santa Barbara district attorney an than prosecutor in the case Joyce Dudley had this to say; “In urging prison time, Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said, ” : he is truly the worst groomer-predator that I have ever prosecuted-I say that because he used his position of power (coach), control (18 years older than his victim), and status (he was a star tennis player) to give her drugs and sexually assault her, putting her in harm’s way both physically (driving) and medically (unprotected sex).” Soft on sentencing California superior court judge Frank Ochoa shared these thoughts; “In my 27 years on the bench, I haven’t ever had someone try to manipulate the process as Mr. Jeschke did,” Judge Ochoa said.I don’t know what kind of future is in store for the ex-coach. Judge Ochoa will decide on December 7 whether he must register as a sex offender.” http://santabarbaracriminalcourtcorruption.blogspot.com/2010/10/peter-jeschke-santa-barbara-convicted.html Ex-tennis coach found guilty of sex crimes By ERIC LINDBERG — May 13, 2009 A jury found a former Santa Barbara High School assistant tennis coach guilty yesterday of having sex with a 16-year-old student, although they failed to reach a decision on several drug-related counts and found him not guilty on other drug charges. Peter Aibor Jeschke, now 35, was arrested in December 2007 and faces up to 10 years in prison as a result of the verdict, Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said. The jury found Jeschke guilty of sexual penetration by a foreign object, three counts of oral copulation and two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse, as well as a misdemeanor charge for possession of marijuana. He was found not guilty of administering an intoxicating substance to a minor in order to commit a felony and furnishing marijuana to a minor. The jury was divided 7-5 on charges of furnishing cocaine and ecstasy to a minor. His sentencing is scheduled for June 24. Both Dudley and defense attorney Lara Yeretsian claimed victory following the verdict yesterday. “The bottom line is a child came forward and a jury believed her,” Dudley said. “So it sends a message to other children that if they are being molested, they can come forward.” Yeretsian, however, noted that the major drug-related counts had been dropped, along with several others during the course of the trial itself. “We were looking at 20-plus years when we started and now we’re looking at eight years maximum,” she said. “I think the jury has spoken loud and clear, especially on the drug counts. I see this as a victory.” Dudley noted that there was no evidence of cocaine or ecstasy found during a search following Jeschke’s arrest, and no way to test the victim for those drugs. While she doesn’t doubt the victim’s account of being given drugs by Jeschke, Dudley said she understood the jury’s need for forensic evidence. Jeschke is also facing upcoming charges of witness intimidation, Dudley said, after he allegedly asked several teenagers he knew at the high school to call key witnesses and threaten them in an attempt to get them to change their testimony or not testify at all. Dudley said there are at least three potential victims of witness intimidation and each charge would count as a strike against Jeschke if he were found guilty. Although she is unsure if she will represent Jeschke during any future criminal proceedings, Yeretsian said she is hopeful that the District Attorney’s Office will drop any witness intimidation charges that may be filed. “I would hope that they would just move on instead of dragging all these teens back to court,” she said. Jeschke served as a volunteer for the boys tennis team in spring 2006 before being hired as a walk-on tennis coach for both girls and boys teams. School officials said volunteer and walk-on coaches are fingerprinted and noted at the time of the arrest that a background check of Jeschke in 2006 had failed to turn up a criminal history. The victim’s friends had apparently learned of the sexual relationship between the 16-year-old student and the 34-year-old tennis coach. They approached school officials, who handed off the investigation to police. http://www.thedailysound.com/111709jeschkesentence Former tennis coach sentenced for sex crimes By ERIC LINDBERG — Nov. 17, 2009 A former Santa Barbara High School assistant tennis coach was sentenced to one year in county jail after being found guilty earlier this year of having sex with a 16-year-old student. Peter Aibor Jeschke was arrested in December 2007 and found guilty of sexual penetration by a foreign object, three counts of oral copulation and two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse, as well as a misdemeanor charge for possession of marijuana, by a jury in May of this year. He was found not guilty of administering an intoxicating substance to a minor in order to commit a felony and furnishing marijuana to a minor. The jury was divided 7-5 on charges of furnishing cocaine and ecstasy to a minor. “Given the defendant’s heinous actions towards a very vulnerable victim, he was deserving of a prison sentence,” Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said. The prosecutor said she had pressed for a stiffer sentence of seven years and eight months in state prison for Jeschke, but the victim’s mother apparently asked that the defendant undergo rehabilitation. Jeschke will return to court next month for final sentencing proceedings, during which Judge Frank Ochoa will decide whether the defendant must register as a sex offender. Following his one-year term in county jail, the defendant will be on probation with his state prison term suspended. Dudley said if Jeschke violates his probation, he could be sentenced to the full prison term of seven years and eight months. Jeschke also faces additional charges of witness intimidation after he allegedly asked several teenagers to call key witnesses and threaten them during his trial. He will appear in court next month as attorneys schedule a date for a preliminary hearing into those charges. The defendant served as a volunteer for the boys tennis team at Santa Barbara High School in spring 2006 before being hired as an assistant coach for both tennis teams. The victim’s friends apparently learned of a sexual relationship between the 16-year-old student and the 34-year-old tennis coach, leading to his arrest. http://www.keyt.com/news/local/78708747.html Former Tennis Coach Must Register As Sex Offender Christina Heller Story Created: Dec 7, 2009 at 1:32 PM PDT Story Updated: Dec 7, 2009 at 6:20 PM PDT Santa Barbara, CA– Superior Court Judge Frank Ochoa ordered a former high-school tennis coach to register as a sex offender. Peter Jeschke was found guilty last May for having sex with, and giving drugs to a minor. Despite prosecutors claims that Jeschke should serve prison time for the crimes committed, Jeschke was sentenced to 1-year in Santa Barbara County Jail and 5-years probation. That decision being made, after community members and the victim’s family asked for leniency. Judge Ochoa also ruled that Jeschke is not to have any contact with males or females under the age of 18. The 34-year-old former coach, will return to court on Wednesday to set a preliminary hearing date to face additional charges of witness intimidation. If convicted of these charges, he could be sentenced to several years in prison.

Convicted Santa Barbara sex offender Peter Jeschke rearrested. Why does this criminal receive all the special treatment that he does from local Law Enforcement?

Sometimes I have a hard time on how to create a new posting, an other times my foresight is sadly dead on. Convicted sex offender Peter Jeschke was rearrested on several charges last week and appeared in court yesterday. His new charges included failing to notify law enforcement of his new address within the mandated 5 days which is a felony. He also failed to notify parents of minors he was coaching tennis to that he was a registered sex offender, which is a misdemeanor. However did the Santa Barbara district attorney’s office forget that Judge Ochoa also ruled that Mr. Jeschke was not to have any contact with males or females under the age of 18? Before I can continue on what is wrong with this new charges we must revisit my past concerns with how Mr. Peter Jeschke seems to have been receiving preferential treatment through out his first go around with our Santa Barbara Superior Court and the District Attorneys office. I was extremely upset to learn that even though he was Court ordered to register as a sex offender there is a loop hole that allows him to register as an offender an yet not be subject to appearing on Megan’s Law web page. An even though this loop hole does exists in order for Mr. Jechke to take advantage of it would require some additional preferential treatment by our Courts an D.A. You see there is still a second case pending from the original charges that stem from way back in December 2007. If and when he is convicted of the second set of charges that would than eliminate his eligibility for use of the currently present loop hole and thus require his photo appearance on the Megan’s law web page. So why has the second case taken so long to address? Now of all my 280 postings this subject ranks as one of the top concerns by my readers.

In fact the way I came across the news of his new arrest today was during a phone conversation with a concerned citizen. As we covered topics from SBCERS pension fraud to Cam Sanchez and him being sued they mentioned Mr. Jeschke had been rearrested. An not only that he had been rearrested, but that the arrest occurred in the exact hypothetical fashion I had wrote about several months ago. People I am not that damn smart and our County’s soft stance on child molesters and sex offenders must stop. An let me tell you I have heard from several concerned citizens who have shared other case’s where the defendant in a child molestation case received what seemed extremely soft sentencing. The first time I wrote about my concerns with the handling of Mr. Jeschke nobody was aware he was not on Megan’s Law web page or that a loop hole exist. Back than I received an email from Santa Barbara district attorney Joyce Dudley who just happen to be the prosecutor on the first case. An that was followed up with another email from Janet Neely of the California attorney generals office an neither correspondence seemed to be concerned with the loop whole that Mr. Jeschke was taking advantage of.

Well regardless of past actions what I feel we must now concentrate on is having our District Attorney office update and inform the proper authority’s that Mr. Jeschke is no longer eligible for the loop hole and must now and forever have his appearance present on the Megan law web page. The D.A. must than add additional charges for the contact with minors,since Santa Barbara Superior Court Judge Ochoa had previously stipulated no such contact could take place. Mr. Jeschke has clearly shown he has no regard for the law or criminal process but don’t take my word for it, just look at the quotes below from the prosecutor and presiding Judge of this case.(“In my 27 years on the bench, I haven’t ever had someone try to manipulate the process as Mr. Jeschke did,” Judge Ochoa said.“In urging prison time, Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said, ” : he is truly the worst groomer-predator that I have ever prosecuted-I say that because he used his position of power (coach), control (18 years older than his victim), and status (he was a star tennis player) to give her drugs and sexually assault her, putting her in harm’s way both physically (driving) and medically (unprotected sex).”) I have also included past media coverage regrading the first criminal case for Mr. Jeschke. Having shared all that this man has been sitting in jail since last week and no press or media coverage until today? Maybe Police Chief Cam Sanchez could come up with some kind of sex offender injunction that only targets individuals? Sorry I could not pass that up. You see every time Mr. Sanchez needs to get the dogs off his trail he throws out the words “ Gang Injunction’. Last year as the group of parents known as P.A.D.R.E.S. where about to have a press conference at the court house because many of the parents felt the term alleged gang member was incorrectly being applied. What a coincidence that police chief Sanchez also had a story appear in the same issue discussing “Gang Injunction’. It must be some type of crutch he seems to use when every he is in political hot water. Now he is being sued over his mother in laws health care bills from her stay in a local rest home. Watch out Mr. Sanchez they must be on to you, oh wait I’ll use the MAGIC words “ Gang Injunction” and throw them off my trial. Yes there is a “Gang Issue’ in Santa Barbara but there is also a conduct issue by our police chief and other elected officials. The next time he brings up the idea of a “Gang Injunction’ ask him what he thinks about the idea of starting a Public Integrity Division in our D.A.’s office, Los Angeles has one!

http://santabarbaracriminalcourtcorruption.blogspot.com/2010/11/why-is-second-trial-of-convicted-sex.html
Why is the second trial of convicted sex offender Peter Jeschke taking so long. It seems bias treatment so as to keep him from reporting to Megan’s Law web site, which is right where he belongs!
Posted on November 6, 2010 by magicinsantabarbara

Below are some quotes taken from a feature written by columnist Barney Brantingham that appeared in the Santa Barbara Independent 11/25/09. The feature was titled “Sex is not a sport” and deal with the conviction and sentencing of sex offender Peter Jeschke.
Current Santa Barbara district attorney an than prosecutor in the case Joyce Dudley had this to say;
“In urging prison time, Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said, ” : he is truly the worst groomer-predator that I have ever prosecuted-I say that because he used his position of power (coach), control (18 years older than his victim), and status (he was a star tennis player) to give her drugs and sexually assault her, putting her in harm’s way both physically (driving) and medically (unprotected sex).”

Soft on sentencing California superior court judge Frank Ochoa shared these thoughts;
“In my 27 years on the bench, I haven’t ever had someone try to manipulate the process as Mr. Jeschke did,” Judge Ochoa said.I don’t know what kind of future is in store for the ex-coach. Judge Ochoa will decide on December 7 whether he must register as a sex offender.”

http://santabarbaracriminalcourtcorruption.blogspot.com/2010/10/peter-jeschke-santa-barbara-convicted.html
Ex-tennis coach found guilty of sex crimes
By ERIC LINDBERG — May 13, 2009
A jury found a former Santa Barbara High School assistant tennis coach guilty yesterday of having sex with a 16-year-old student, although they failed to reach a decision on several drug-related counts and found him not guilty on other drug charges.
Peter Aibor Jeschke, now 35, was arrested in December 2007 and faces up to 10 years in prison as a result of the verdict, Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said.
The jury found Jeschke guilty of sexual penetration by a foreign object, three counts of oral copulation and two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse, as well as a misdemeanor charge for possession of marijuana.
He was found not guilty of administering an intoxicating substance to a minor in order to commit a felony and furnishing marijuana to a minor. The jury was divided 7-5 on charges of furnishing cocaine and ecstasy to a minor.
His sentencing is scheduled for June 24. Both Dudley and defense attorney Lara Yeretsian claimed victory following the verdict yesterday.
“The bottom line is a child came forward and a jury believed her,” Dudley said. “So it sends a message to other children that if they are being molested, they can come forward.”
Yeretsian, however, noted that the major drug-related counts had been dropped, along with several others during the course of the trial itself.
“We were looking at 20-plus years when we started and now we’re looking at eight years maximum,” she said. “I think the jury has spoken loud and clear, especially on the drug counts. I see this as a victory.”
Dudley noted that there was no evidence of cocaine or ecstasy found during a search following Jeschke’s arrest, and no way to test the victim for those drugs. While she doesn’t doubt the victim’s account of being given drugs by Jeschke, Dudley said she understood the jury’s need for forensic evidence.
Jeschke is also facing upcoming charges of witness intimidation, Dudley said, after he allegedly asked several teenagers he knew at the high school to call key witnesses and threaten them in an attempt to get them to change their testimony or not testify at all.
Dudley said there are at least three potential victims of witness intimidation and each charge would count as a strike against Jeschke if he were found guilty.
Although she is unsure if she will represent Jeschke during any future criminal proceedings, Yeretsian said she is hopeful that the District Attorney’s Office will drop any witness intimidation charges that may be filed.
“I would hope that they would just move on instead of dragging all these teens back to court,” she said.
Jeschke served as a volunteer for the boys tennis team in spring 2006 before being hired as a walk-on tennis coach for both girls and boys teams.
School officials said volunteer and walk-on coaches are fingerprinted and noted at the time of the arrest that a background check of Jeschke in 2006 had failed to turn up a criminal history.
The victim’s friends had apparently learned of the sexual relationship between the 16-year-old student and the 34-year-old tennis coach. They approached school officials, who handed off the investigation to police.
http://www.thedailysound.com/111709jeschkesentence
Former tennis coach sentenced for sex crimes
By ERIC LINDBERG — Nov. 17, 2009
A former Santa Barbara High School assistant tennis coach was sentenced to one year in county jail after being found guilty earlier this year of having sex with a 16-year-old student.
Peter Aibor Jeschke was arrested in December 2007 and found guilty of sexual penetration by a foreign object, three counts of oral copulation and two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse, as well as a misdemeanor charge for possession of marijuana, by a jury in May of this year.
He was found not guilty of administering an intoxicating substance to a minor in order to commit a felony and furnishing marijuana to a minor. The jury was divided 7-5 on charges of furnishing cocaine and ecstasy to a minor.
“Given the defendant’s heinous actions towards a very vulnerable victim, he was deserving of a prison sentence,” Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said.
The prosecutor said she had pressed for a stiffer sentence of seven years and eight months in state prison for Jeschke, but the victim’s mother apparently asked that the defendant undergo rehabilitation.
Jeschke will return to court next month for final sentencing proceedings, during which Judge Frank Ochoa will decide whether the defendant must register as a sex offender. Following his one-year term in county jail, the defendant will be on probation with his state prison term suspended.
Dudley said if Jeschke violates his probation, he could be sentenced to the full prison term of seven years and eight months.
Jeschke also faces additional charges of witness intimidation after he allegedly asked several teenagers to call key witnesses and threaten them during his trial. He will appear in court next month as attorneys schedule a date for a preliminary hearing into those charges.
The defendant served as a volunteer for the boys tennis team at Santa Barbara High School in spring 2006 before being hired as an assistant coach for both tennis teams. The victim’s friends apparently learned of a sexual relationship between the 16-year-old student and the 34-year-old tennis coach, leading to his arrest.

http://www.keyt.com/news/local/78708747.html
Former Tennis Coach Must Register As Sex Offender
Christina Heller
Story Created: Dec 7, 2009 at 1:32 PM PDT
Story Updated: Dec 7, 2009 at 6:20 PM PDT
Santa Barbara, CA– Superior Court Judge Frank Ochoa ordered a former high-school tennis coach to register as a sex offender.

Peter Jeschke was found guilty last May for having sex with, and giving drugs to a minor.

Despite prosecutors claims that Jeschke should serve prison time for the crimes committed, Jeschke was sentenced to 1-year in Santa Barbara County Jail and 5-years probation. That decision being made, after community members and the victim’s family asked for leniency.

Judge Ochoa also ruled that Jeschke is not to have any contact with males or females under the age of 18.

The 34-year-old former coach, will return to court on Wednesday to set a preliminary hearing date to face additional charges of witness intimidation.

If convicted of these charges, he could be sentenced to several years in prison.

Sometimes I have a hard time on how to create a new posting, an other times my foresight is sadly dead on. Convicted sex offender Peter Jeschke was rearrested on several charges last week and appeared in court yesterday. His new charges included failing to notify law enforcement of his new address within the mandated 5 days which is a felony. He also failed to notify parents of minors he was coaching tennis to that he was a registered sex offender, which is a misdemeanor. However did the Santa Barbara district attorney’s office forget that Judge Ochoa also ruled that Mr. Jeschke was not to have any contact with males or females under the age of 18? Before I can continue on what is wrong with this new charges we must revisit my past concerns with how Mr. Peter Jeschke seems to have been receiving preferential treatment through out his first go around with our Santa Barbara Superior Court and the District Attorneys office. I was extremely upset to learn that even though he was Court ordered to register as a sex offender there is a loop hole that allows him to register as an offender an yet not be subject to appearing on Megan’s Law web page. An even though this loop hole does exists in order for Mr. Jechke to take advantage of it would require some additional preferential treatment by our Courts an D.A. You see there is still a second case pending from the original charges that stem from way back in December 2007. If and when he is convicted of the second set of charges that would than eliminate his eligibility for use of the currently present loop hole and thus require his photo appearance on the Megan’s law web page. So why has the second case taken so long to address? Now of all my 280 postings this subject ranks as one of the top concerns by my readers.

In fact the way I came across the news of his new arrest today was during a phone conversation with a concerned citizen. As we covered topics from SBCERS pension fraud to Cam Sanchez and him being sued they mentioned Mr. Jeschke had been rearrested. An not only that he had been rearrested, but that the arrest occurred in the exact hypothetical fashion I had wrote about several months ago. People I am not that damn smart and our County’s soft stance on child molesters and sex offenders must stop. An let me tell you I have heard from several concerned citizens who have shared other case’s where the defendant in a child molestation case received what seemed extremely soft sentencing. The first time I wrote about my concerns with the handling of Mr. Jeschke nobody was aware he was not on Megan’s Law web page or that a loop hole exist. Back than I received an email from Santa Barbara district attorney Joyce Dudley who just happen to be the prosecutor on the first case. An that was followed up with another email from Janet Neely of the California attorney generals office an neither correspondence seemed to be concerned with the loop whole that Mr. Jeschke was taking advantage of.

Well regardless of past actions what I feel we must now concentrate on is having our District Attorney office update and inform the proper authority’s that Mr. Jeschke is no longer eligible for the loop hole and must now and forever have his appearance present on the Megan law web page. The D.A. must than add additional charges for the contact with minors,since Santa Barbara Superior Court Judge Ochoa had previously stipulated no such contact could take place. Mr. Jeschke has clearly shown he has no regard for the law or criminal process but don’t take my word for it, just look at the quotes below from the prosecutor and presiding Judge of this case.(“In my 27 years on the bench, I haven’t ever had someone try to manipulate the process as Mr. Jeschke did,” Judge Ochoa said.“In urging prison time, Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said, ” : he is truly the worst groomer-predator that I have ever prosecuted-I say that because he used his position of power (coach), control (18 years older than his victim), and status (he was a star tennis player) to give her drugs and sexually assault her, putting her in harm’s way both physically (driving) and medically (unprotected sex).”) I have also included past media coverage regrading the first criminal case for Mr. Jeschke. Having shared all that this man has been sitting in jail since last week and no press or media coverage until today? Maybe Police Chief Cam Sanchez could come up with some kind of sex offender injunction that only targets individuals? Sorry I could not pass that up. You see every time Mr. Sanchez needs to get the dogs off his trail he throws out the words “ Gang Injunction’. Last year as the group of parents known as P.A.D.R.E.S. where about to have a press conference at the court house because many of the parents felt the term alleged gang member was incorrectly being applied. What a coincidence that police chief Sanchez also had a story appear in the same issue discussing “Gang Injunction’. It must be some type of crutch he seems to use when every he is in political hot water. Now he is being sued over his mother in laws health care bills from her stay in a local rest home. Watch out Mr. Sanchez they must be on to you, oh wait I’ll use the MAGIC words “ Gang Injunction” and throw them off my trial. Yes there is a “Gang Issue’ in Santa Barbara but there is also a conduct issue by our police chief and other elected officials. The next time he brings up the idea of a “Gang Injunction’ ask him what he thinks about the idea of starting a Public Integrity Division in our D.A.’s office, Los Angeles has one!

http://santabarbaracriminalcourtcorruption.blogspot.com/2010/11/why-is-second-trial-of-convicted-sex.html
Why is the second trial of convicted sex offender Peter Jeschke taking so long. It seems bias treatment so as to keep him from reporting to Megan’s Law web site, which is right where he belongs!
Posted on November 6, 2010 by magicinsantabarbara

Below are some quotes taken from a feature written by columnist Barney Brantingham that appeared in the Santa Barbara Independent 11/25/09. The feature was titled “Sex is not a sport” and deal with the conviction and sentencing of sex offender Peter Jeschke.
Current Santa Barbara district attorney an than prosecutor in the case Joyce Dudley had this to say;
“In urging prison time, Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said, ” : he is truly the worst groomer-predator that I have ever prosecuted-I say that because he used his position of power (coach), control (18 years older than his victim), and status (he was a star tennis player) to give her drugs and sexually assault her, putting her in harm’s way both physically (driving) and medically (unprotected sex).”

Soft on sentencing California superior court judge Frank Ochoa shared these thoughts;
“In my 27 years on the bench, I haven’t ever had someone try to manipulate the process as Mr. Jeschke did,” Judge Ochoa said.I don’t know what kind of future is in store for the ex-coach. Judge Ochoa will decide on December 7 whether he must register as a sex offender.”

http://santabarbaracriminalcourtcorruption.blogspot.com/2010/10/peter-jeschke-santa-barbara-convicted.html
Ex-tennis coach found guilty of sex crimes
By ERIC LINDBERG — May 13, 2009
A jury found a former Santa Barbara High School assistant tennis coach guilty yesterday of having sex with a 16-year-old student, although they failed to reach a decision on several drug-related counts and found him not guilty on other drug charges.
Peter Aibor Jeschke, now 35, was arrested in December 2007 and faces up to 10 years in prison as a result of the verdict, Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said.
The jury found Jeschke guilty of sexual penetration by a foreign object, three counts of oral copulation and two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse, as well as a misdemeanor charge for possession of marijuana.
He was found not guilty of administering an intoxicating substance to a minor in order to commit a felony and furnishing marijuana to a minor. The jury was divided 7-5 on charges of furnishing cocaine and ecstasy to a minor.
His sentencing is scheduled for June 24. Both Dudley and defense attorney Lara Yeretsian claimed victory following the verdict yesterday.
“The bottom line is a child came forward and a jury believed her,” Dudley said. “So it sends a message to other children that if they are being molested, they can come forward.”
Yeretsian, however, noted that the major drug-related counts had been dropped, along with several others during the course of the trial itself.
“We were looking at 20-plus years when we started and now we’re looking at eight years maximum,” she said. “I think the jury has spoken loud and clear, especially on the drug counts. I see this as a victory.”
Dudley noted that there was no evidence of cocaine or ecstasy found during a search following Jeschke’s arrest, and no way to test the victim for those drugs. While she doesn’t doubt the victim’s account of being given drugs by Jeschke, Dudley said she understood the jury’s need for forensic evidence.
Jeschke is also facing upcoming charges of witness intimidation, Dudley said, after he allegedly asked several teenagers he knew at the high school to call key witnesses and threaten them in an attempt to get them to change their testimony or not testify at all.
Dudley said there are at least three potential victims of witness intimidation and each charge would count as a strike against Jeschke if he were found guilty.
Although she is unsure if she will represent Jeschke during any future criminal proceedings, Yeretsian said she is hopeful that the District Attorney’s Office will drop any witness intimidation charges that may be filed.
“I would hope that they would just move on instead of dragging all these teens back to court,” she said.
Jeschke served as a volunteer for the boys tennis team in spring 2006 before being hired as a walk-on tennis coach for both girls and boys teams.
School officials said volunteer and walk-on coaches are fingerprinted and noted at the time of the arrest that a background check of Jeschke in 2006 had failed to turn up a criminal history.
The victim’s friends had apparently learned of the sexual relationship between the 16-year-old student and the 34-year-old tennis coach. They approached school officials, who handed off the investigation to police.
http://www.thedailysound.com/111709jeschkesentence
Former tennis coach sentenced for sex crimes
By ERIC LINDBERG — Nov. 17, 2009
A former Santa Barbara High School assistant tennis coach was sentenced to one year in county jail after being found guilty earlier this year of having sex with a 16-year-old student.
Peter Aibor Jeschke was arrested in December 2007 and found guilty of sexual penetration by a foreign object, three counts of oral copulation and two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse, as well as a misdemeanor charge for possession of marijuana, by a jury in May of this year.
He was found not guilty of administering an intoxicating substance to a minor in order to commit a felony and furnishing marijuana to a minor. The jury was divided 7-5 on charges of furnishing cocaine and ecstasy to a minor.
“Given the defendant’s heinous actions towards a very vulnerable victim, he was deserving of a prison sentence,” Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said.
The prosecutor said she had pressed for a stiffer sentence of seven years and eight months in state prison for Jeschke, but the victim’s mother apparently asked that the defendant undergo rehabilitation.
Jeschke will return to court next month for final sentencing proceedings, during which Judge Frank Ochoa will decide whether the defendant must register as a sex offender. Following his one-year term in county jail, the defendant will be on probation with his state prison term suspended.
Dudley said if Jeschke violates his probation, he could be sentenced to the full prison term of seven years and eight months.
Jeschke also faces additional charges of witness intimidation after he allegedly asked several teenagers to call key witnesses and threaten them during his trial. He will appear in court next month as attorneys schedule a date for a preliminary hearing into those charges.
The defendant served as a volunteer for the boys tennis team at Santa Barbara High School in spring 2006 before being hired as an assistant coach for both tennis teams. The victim’s friends apparently learned of a sexual relationship between the 16-year-old student and the 34-year-old tennis coach, leading to his arrest.

http://www.keyt.com/news/local/78708747.html
Former Tennis Coach Must Register As Sex Offender
Christina Heller
Story Created: Dec 7, 2009 at 1:32 PM PDT
Story Updated: Dec 7, 2009 at 6:20 PM PDT
Santa Barbara, CA– Superior Court Judge Frank Ochoa ordered a former high-school tennis coach to register as a sex offender.

Peter Jeschke was found guilty last May for having sex with, and giving drugs to a minor.

Despite prosecutors claims that Jeschke should serve prison time for the crimes committed, Jeschke was sentenced to 1-year in Santa Barbara County Jail and 5-years probation. That decision being made, after community members and the victim’s family asked for leniency.

Judge Ochoa also ruled that Jeschke is not to have any contact with males or females under the age of 18.

The 34-year-old former coach, will return to court on Wednesday to set a preliminary hearing date to face additional charges of witness intimidation.

If convicted of these charges, he could be sentenced to several years in prison.

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2 Responses to Convicted Santa Barbara sex offender Peter Jeschke rearrested. Why does this criminal receive all the special treatment that he does from local Law Enforcement? Sometimes I have a hard time on how to create a new posting, an other times my foresight is sadly dead on. Convicted sex offender Peter Jeschke was rearrested on several charges last week and appeared in court yesterday. His new charges included failing to notify law enforcement of his new address within the mandated 5 days which is a felony. He also failed to notify parents of minors he was coaching tennis to that he was a registered sex offender, which is a misdemeanor. However did the Santa Barbara district attorney’s office forget that Judge Ochoa also ruled that Mr. Jeschke was not to have any contact with males or females under the age of 18? Before I can continue on what is wrong with this new charges we must revisit my past concerns with how Mr. Peter Jeschke seems to have been receiving preferential treatment through out his first go around with our Santa Barbara Superior Court and the District Attorneys office. I was extremely upset to learn that even though he was Court ordered to register as a sex offender there is a loop hole that allows him to register as an offender an yet not be subject to appearing on Megan’s Law web page. An even though this loop hole does exists in order for Mr. Jechke to take advantage of it would require some additional preferential treatment by our Courts an D.A. You see there is still a second case pending from the original charges that stem from way back in December 2007. If and when he is convicted of the second set of charges that would than eliminate his eligibility for use of the currently present loop hole and thus require his photo appearance on the Megan’s law web page. So why has the second case taken so long to address? Now of all my 280 postings this subject ranks as one of the top concerns by my readers. In fact the way I came across the news of his new arrest today was during a phone conversation with a concerned citizen. As we covered topics from SBCERS pension fraud to Cam Sanchez and him being sued they mentioned Mr. Jeschke had been rearrested. An not only that he had been rearrested, but that the arrest occurred in the exact hypothetical fashion I had wrote about several months ago. People I am not that damn smart and our County’s soft stance on child molesters and sex offenders must stop. An let me tell you I have heard from several concerned citizens who have shared other case’s where the defendant in a child molestation case received what seemed extremely soft sentencing. The first time I wrote about my concerns with the handling of Mr. Jeschke nobody was aware he was not on Megan’s Law web page or that a loop hole exist. Back than I received an email from Santa Barbara district attorney Joyce Dudley who just happen to be the prosecutor on the first case. An that was followed up with another email from Janet Neely of the California attorney generals office an neither correspondence seemed to be concerned with the loop whole that Mr. Jeschke was taking advantage of. Well regardless of past actions what I feel we must now concentrate on is having our District Attorney office update and inform the proper authority’s that Mr. Jeschke is no longer eligible for the loop hole and must now and forever have his appearance present on the Megan law web page. The D.A. must than add additional charges for the contact with minors,since Santa Barbara Superior Court Judge Ochoa had previously stipulated no such contact could take place. Mr. Jeschke has clearly shown he has no regard for the law or criminal process but don’t take my word for it, just look at the quotes below from the prosecutor and presiding Judge of this case.(“In my 27 years on the bench, I haven’t ever had someone try to manipulate the process as Mr. Jeschke did,” Judge Ochoa said.“In urging prison time, Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said, ” : he is truly the worst groomer-predator that I have ever prosecuted-I say that because he used his position of power (coach), control (18 years older than his victim), and status (he was a star tennis player) to give her drugs and sexually assault her, putting her in harm’s way both physically (driving) and medically (unprotected sex).”) I have also included past media coverage regrading the first criminal case for Mr. Jeschke. Having shared all that this man has been sitting in jail since last week and no press or media coverage until today? Maybe Police Chief Cam Sanchez could come up with some kind of sex offender injunction that only targets individuals? Sorry I could not pass that up. You see every time Mr. Sanchez needs to get the dogs off his trail he throws out the words “ Gang Injunction’. Last year as the group of parents known as P.A.D.R.E.S. where about to have a press conference at the court house because many of the parents felt the term alleged gang member was incorrectly being applied. What a coincidence that police chief Sanchez also had a story appear in the same issue discussing “Gang Injunction’. It must be some type of crutch he seems to use when every he is in political hot water. Now he is being sued over his mother in laws health care bills from her stay in a local rest home. Watch out Mr. Sanchez they must be on to you, oh wait I’ll use the MAGIC words “ Gang Injunction” and throw them off my trial. Yes there is a “Gang Issue’ in Santa Barbara but there is also a conduct issue by our police chief and other elected officials. The next time he brings up the idea of a “Gang Injunction’ ask him what he thinks about the idea of starting a Public Integrity Division in our D.A.’s office, Los Angeles has one! http://santabarbaracriminalcourtcorruption.blogspot.com/2010/11/why-is-second-trial-of-convicted-sex.html Why is the second trial of convicted sex offender Peter Jeschke taking so long. It seems bias treatment so as to keep him from reporting to Megan’s Law web site, which is right where he belongs! Posted on November 6, 2010 by magicinsantabarbara Below are some quotes taken from a feature written by columnist Barney Brantingham that appeared in the Santa Barbara Independent 11/25/09. The feature was titled “Sex is not a sport” and deal with the conviction and sentencing of sex offender Peter Jeschke. Current Santa Barbara district attorney an than prosecutor in the case Joyce Dudley had this to say; “In urging prison time, Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said, ” : he is truly the worst groomer-predator that I have ever prosecuted-I say that because he used his position of power (coach), control (18 years older than his victim), and status (he was a star tennis player) to give her drugs and sexually assault her, putting her in harm’s way both physically (driving) and medically (unprotected sex).” Soft on sentencing California superior court judge Frank Ochoa shared these thoughts; “In my 27 years on the bench, I haven’t ever had someone try to manipulate the process as Mr. Jeschke did,” Judge Ochoa said.I don’t know what kind of future is in store for the ex-coach. Judge Ochoa will decide on December 7 whether he must register as a sex offender.” http://santabarbaracriminalcourtcorruption.blogspot.com/2010/10/peter-jeschke-santa-barbara-convicted.html Ex-tennis coach found guilty of sex crimes By ERIC LINDBERG — May 13, 2009 A jury found a former Santa Barbara High School assistant tennis coach guilty yesterday of having sex with a 16-year-old student, although they failed to reach a decision on several drug-related counts and found him not guilty on other drug charges. Peter Aibor Jeschke, now 35, was arrested in December 2007 and faces up to 10 years in prison as a result of the verdict, Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said. The jury found Jeschke guilty of sexual penetration by a foreign object, three counts of oral copulation and two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse, as well as a misdemeanor charge for possession of marijuana. He was found not guilty of administering an intoxicating substance to a minor in order to commit a felony and furnishing marijuana to a minor. The jury was divided 7-5 on charges of furnishing cocaine and ecstasy to a minor. His sentencing is scheduled for June 24. Both Dudley and defense attorney Lara Yeretsian claimed victory following the verdict yesterday. “The bottom line is a child came forward and a jury believed her,” Dudley said. “So it sends a message to other children that if they are being molested, they can come forward.” Yeretsian, however, noted that the major drug-related counts had been dropped, along with several others during the course of the trial itself. “We were looking at 20-plus years when we started and now we’re looking at eight years maximum,” she said. “I think the jury has spoken loud and clear, especially on the drug counts. I see this as a victory.” Dudley noted that there was no evidence of cocaine or ecstasy found during a search following Jeschke’s arrest, and no way to test the victim for those drugs. While she doesn’t doubt the victim’s account of being given drugs by Jeschke, Dudley said she understood the jury’s need for forensic evidence. Jeschke is also facing upcoming charges of witness intimidation, Dudley said, after he allegedly asked several teenagers he knew at the high school to call key witnesses and threaten them in an attempt to get them to change their testimony or not testify at all. Dudley said there are at least three potential victims of witness intimidation and each charge would count as a strike against Jeschke if he were found guilty. Although she is unsure if she will represent Jeschke during any future criminal proceedings, Yeretsian said she is hopeful that the District Attorney’s Office will drop any witness intimidation charges that may be filed. “I would hope that they would just move on instead of dragging all these teens back to court,” she said. Jeschke served as a volunteer for the boys tennis team in spring 2006 before being hired as a walk-on tennis coach for both girls and boys teams. School officials said volunteer and walk-on coaches are fingerprinted and noted at the time of the arrest that a background check of Jeschke in 2006 had failed to turn up a criminal history. The victim’s friends had apparently learned of the sexual relationship between the 16-year-old student and the 34-year-old tennis coach. They approached school officials, who handed off the investigation to police. http://www.thedailysound.com/111709jeschkesentence Former tennis coach sentenced for sex crimes By ERIC LINDBERG — Nov. 17, 2009 A former Santa Barbara High School assistant tennis coach was sentenced to one year in county jail after being found guilty earlier this year of having sex with a 16-year-old student. Peter Aibor Jeschke was arrested in December 2007 and found guilty of sexual penetration by a foreign object, three counts of oral copulation and two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse, as well as a misdemeanor charge for possession of marijuana, by a jury in May of this year. He was found not guilty of administering an intoxicating substance to a minor in order to commit a felony and furnishing marijuana to a minor. The jury was divided 7-5 on charges of furnishing cocaine and ecstasy to a minor. “Given the defendant’s heinous actions towards a very vulnerable victim, he was deserving of a prison sentence,” Senior Deputy District Attorney Joyce Dudley said. The prosecutor said she had pressed for a stiffer sentence of seven years and eight months in state prison for Jeschke, but the victim’s mother apparently asked that the defendant undergo rehabilitation. Jeschke will return to court next month for final sentencing proceedings, during which Judge Frank Ochoa will decide whether the defendant must register as a sex offender. Following his one-year term in county jail, the defendant will be on probation with his state prison term suspended. Dudley said if Jeschke violates his probation, he could be sentenced to the full prison term of seven years and eight months. Jeschke also faces additional charges of witness intimidation after he allegedly asked several teenagers to call key witnesses and threaten them during his trial. He will appear in court next month as attorneys schedule a date for a preliminary hearing into those charges. The defendant served as a volunteer for the boys tennis team at Santa Barbara High School in spring 2006 before being hired as an assistant coach for both tennis teams. The victim’s friends apparently learned of a sexual relationship between the 16-year-old student and the 34-year-old tennis coach, leading to his arrest. http://www.keyt.com/news/local/78708747.html Former Tennis Coach Must Register As Sex Offender Christina Heller Story Created: Dec 7, 2009 at 1:32 PM PDT Story Updated: Dec 7, 2009 at 6:20 PM PDT Santa Barbara, CA– Superior Court Judge Frank Ochoa ordered a former high-school tennis coach to register as a sex offender. Peter Jeschke was found guilty last May for having sex with, and giving drugs to a minor. Despite prosecutors claims that Jeschke should serve prison time for the crimes committed, Jeschke was sentenced to 1-year in Santa Barbara County Jail and 5-years probation. That decision being made, after community members and the victim’s family asked for leniency. Judge Ochoa also ruled that Jeschke is not to have any contact with males or females under the age of 18. The 34-year-old former coach, will return to court on Wednesday to set a preliminary hearing date to face additional charges of witness intimidation. If convicted of these charges, he could be sentenced to several years in prison.

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