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San Diego deputy enters guilty plea in prostitution case

June 11, 2013|By Tony Perry

A San Diego County sheriff's deputy facing a charge of soliciting a prostitute has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor disturbing the peace and been sentenced to three years' probation and a $550 fine.

The plea was agreed to by the city attorney's office after deputy Stuart Rea attended and completed a "prostitution impact" course and attended an AIDS-HIV lecture, according to court officials. The reduction in charges is standard in first-offense prostitution cases, officials said.

Rea, a member of the department since 1991, was put on desk duty after he was cited. A personnel investigation is underway.

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tony.perry@latimes.com

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