Sentencing of Solana Beach predator delayed after public defender's wife goes into labor

Posted at 6:19 PM, Nov 15, 2017

VISTA, Calif. (KGTV) - Sentencing for a man accused of luring an Earl Warren Middle School girl away from school on multiple occasions to have sex, was postponed after the public defender's wife went into labor.

Jeff Calica, 20, pleaded guilty to one count of lewd and lascivious acts with a minor early this year.

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A lawsuit alleges Calica started talking with the 12-year-old Solana Beach student on Google Chat during school hours after she met him through his YouTube channel. Within of month of the first conversation the girl's family's attorney, Steve Estey, said Calica lured the student at least twice to the school parking lot for sex during lunch periods.

The girl reportedly told her parents, leading to the investigation and guilty plea from Calica.

Calica is scheduled to return to court for sentencing on Dec. 18.