As usual, a female gets a great deal! Reverse the roles, and the male would be in prison for many years. And all she got was probation? They don't say if she will be on the registry for life or not. So I can only assume not.
A former police recreation league leader has pleaded guilty to having sex with a minor and has been sentenced to three years probation.
Alanna Reichle, 33, had sex with a teenage boy over a 14-month period.
Reichle, 33, agreed to plead guilty if three years of formal probation was granted, and Riverside County Superior Court Judge William S. Lebov accepted the plea at a felony settlement conference at Indio’s Larson Justice Center, according to court records.
Reichle’s attorney, John Patrick Dolan, said in August he would submit a pre-plea report to give the judge comprehensive knowledge of the defendant and how to consider the charges.
He said he wanted to resolve the case without a trial.
Reichle was charged in July with three counts of unlawful sex with a minor and one count of oral copulation with a person under 18.
Police declined to say how she knew the then-16-year-old victim, but the criminal complaint alleged the relationship lasted from March 2010 to May 2011.
Reichle’s position with the recreation league came through the Palm Springs Police Department, where she was a civilian employee. Reichle no longer works for the department, said Palm Springs police spokeswoman Rhonda Long.
Reichle, then director of the Western Coachella Valley Police Activities League, was arrested May 2 at her home and was released on bail, Lt. Charles Robinson of the Cathedral City Police Department said.