Former Glastonbury restaurant owner due in court for 2nd sex assault charge
Posted December 6, 2017 10:59 a.m. EST
GLASTONBURY, CT — A former owner of a restaurant in Glastonbury is scheduled to face a judge on Wednesday for drugging a woman to have sex with her.
The appearance is for one of two incidents where Julian Rodriguez has been charged with sexual assault.
Rodriguez owned the now-defunct Jalisco Mexican Grill & Cantina on New London Turnpike.
He was arrested for the second time last month.
Police said he had sex with a woman who while she was mentally incapacitated and unable to give consent. The incident happened at his restaurant.
He was charged with first-degree sexual assault.
Rodriguez was arrested for a similar crime in September.
In that case, police said he invited a different woman back to his business and sexually assaulted her while she was unconscious from alcohol and/or drugs.
Police also said they believe there are other victims.