Thomas Clay Hosman, 47, Eagle Lake, was sentenced to 20 years in prison and two years in state jail in a Colorado County court last week for count one, possession with intention to promote child pornography, and count two, invasive visual recording.
In July of this year, Hosman was sentenced to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of improper relationship with a child and six counts of invasive video recording in the 329th District Court in Wharton County.
In March 2017, Eagle Lake Police Department and the Colorado County Attorney’s Office received information concerning Hosman from the Houston Metro Internet Crimes Against Children Taskforce. The ICAC is a federally funded initiative to combat the sexual exploitation of children.
The charges stemmed from images captured in March 2017 when Hos-man was alleged to have videotaped teen girls between the ages of 14-16 in campus restrooms at Louise Junior High School. Holman was a social studies teacher and coached track, volleyball and cross country for Louise ISD.
At the time, he was still employed by Louise ISD.
Hosman was also a martial arts instructor in Colorado and Wharton counties for years.