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James Hogue was born on 22 October, 1959 in Kansas City, KS, is a Con man. At 61 years old, James Hogue height not available right now. We will update James Hogue's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Con man
Age 61 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 22 October 1959
Birthday 22 October
Birthplace Kansas City, KS
Nationality KS

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2016

On November 3, 2016, Hogue was arrested in Aspen on a misdemeanor theft warrant from Boulder County, Colorado. Aspen police discovered Hogue living in an illegally constructed, camouflaged shack on Aspen Mountain, and possibly in the midst of building a second illegal structure on the mountain. Hogue gave a false name when apprehended and may be charged with criminal impersonation.

2007

On March 12, 2007, Hogue pleaded guilty to theft, in return for limiting his sentence and dropping additional charges. He was released on probation in 2012.

2006

In January, 2005, police with a warrant searched Hogue's home in San Miguel County, Colorado, finding 7,000 items, worth over $100,000, stolen from nearby homes where Hogue had worked as a remodeller and repairman. The stolen goods "packed his house and a small secret compartment he'd built." He was apprehended in Tucson, Arizona on February 4, 2006 by Deputy United States Marshal Richard J. Tracy Jr. and deputies from the Pima County, Arizona Sheriff's department while Hogue was sitting in a Barnes & Noble cafe, surfing the internet.

1997

Hogue was released from prison in 1997 and vanished from the public eye. In 1999, Jesse Moss, a director making a documentary film about Hogue, tracked him down in Aspen, Colorado and secured his cooperation. The completed documentary, entitled Con Man, was released in 2003. During this period, Hogue was arrested at least twice for theft.

1996

Hogue violated the conditions of his parole by returning to Princeton and hanging around the campus using the name Jim MacAuthor; he had not officially enrolled, but had attended social functions and eaten in the cafeteria. After a graduate student recognized him, he was arrested on February 19, 1996, and taken into custody by the Princeton Borough Police – who later released him on his own recognizance. He was later incarcerated in the Mercer County Correctional Center on a conviction for defiant trespass.

1993

On May 10, 1993, police arrested Hogue in Somerville, Massachusetts and charged him with grand larceny. On May 26, 1993, Harvard police returned to Hogue's Somerville apartment and recovered $600 in electronic equipment reported stolen from a New Jersey electronics firm where Hogue worked in the summer of 1992. In June 1993, Hogue was charged with two counts of larceny and one count of receiving stolen property by the Middlesex County District Attorney's Office. Hogue's theft was one of the largest in the history of the Harvard University Police Department.

1992

At some point in 1992, Hogue was briefly employed by the Harvard Mineralogical Museum in Cambridge, Massachusetts as a part-time cataloguer. At the time, Hogue was taking a course in mineralogy at the Harvard Extension School. In April 1993, the museum discovered that gems, mineral specimens, microscopes, and other items worth $50,000 had gone missing, and suspected Hogue as the result of a tip.

1991

His real identity was exposed when Renee Pacheco, a former classmate from his days as "Jay Huntsman" at Palo Alto High School, recognized him. She contacted reporter Jason Cole, who exposed Hogue a second time. On February 26, 1991, Hogue was arrested in class and charged with forgery, theft, and falsifying records. In October 1992, Hogue pled guilty to third-degree theft for taking more than $22,000 in scholarship money and was sentenced to nine months in jail. Hogue served 134 days in jail.

1989

Hogue served nine months before being paroled from Utah State Prison in March 1989. Having also received a financial aid award from Princeton, he immediately left for the college, in violation of the terms of his parole. For the next two years, he lived as Santana, was a member of the track team, and was admitted into the Ivy Club, one of Princeton's most exclusive eating clubs.

1987

In 1987, Hogue applied to Princeton University, using the alias Alexi Indris-Santana, a self-taught orphan from Utah, where he was then living. Hogue's application materials claimed that he had lived outdoors in the Grand Canyon, raising sheep and reading philosophy books. Princeton invited Hogue to attend in the fall of 1988, but he deferred admission for one year, telling Princeton his mother was dying. In reality, Hogue had pled guilty to possessing stolen bicycle equipment, and had been sentenced to five years in prison.

1985

In September 1985, Hogue, now 25 years old, stole the identity of a deceased infant and enrolled as a student at Palo Alto High School as Jay Mitchell Huntsman, a 16-year-old orphan from Nevada. On October 7, 1985, Hogue entered the Stanford Invitational Cross Country Meet. Hogue ran far ahead of the field and won the race, but did not report to the officials' table, arousing suspicion. Jason Cole, a reporter covering the event for the now-defunct Peninsula Times-Tribune, uncovered Hogue's identity theft, and Hogue left town.

1980

Hogue attended the University of Texas at Austin in the 1980s but left without a degree. He also attended community college. In the late 1970s, he was a student at the University of Wyoming before dropping out when he didn't perform well on the cross country team.

1977

Hogue was raised in a working-class family in Kansas City, Kansas and graduated from Washington High School in 1977.

1959

James Arthur Hogue (born October 22, 1959) is an American impostor who most famously entered Princeton University by posing as a self-taught orphan.