Judge denies probation for former H-E-B executive convicted of child porn in San Antonio
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Convicted child pornographer John Morgan Campbell, the former H-E-B executive credited with coming up with the concept of Central Market, will remain in prison after a judge Tuesday denied his motion for shock probation.

Campbell, 67, was indicted in November 2016 on 53 counts of possession and promotion of child pornography, Campbell was fired after he admitted attaching a photo of a naked boy to a business email in April 2014.

In January, Bexar County jurors found Campbell guilty on 48 counts of possession of child pornography and not guilty on five counts of possession. He elected to be sentenced by state District Judge Catherine Torres-Stahl, who assessed a 10-year prison term in January.

Under the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, the shock probation provision allows a judge to send a defendant to prison or jail temporarily, then return the person to court for a sentence of community supervision.


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