Union Teacher Sentenced For 2011 Sexual Assault

Update: Brad Julius was sentenced to 90 days in prison. He will also serve five years probation.

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – One of two Union, Missouri teachers accused of sexually assaulting a woman is scheduled to be sentenced Thursday.

32-year-old Brad Julius was convicted of sexual assault in August.

Julius was a physical education teacher and coach at Union High School.

Julius and Matthew Rogers, 31, who taught sixth grade at Clark-Vitt Elementary School, were charged in June of 2011 after a 37-year-old woman accused them of having intercourse with her without her consent after they had been drinking.

The victim was a friend of Rogers and Julius, but is not connected to the school district.

Rogers pleaded guilty in February to one count of conspiring to commit sexual assault. A deviate sexual assault charge was dropped.

He is scheduled to be sentenced in two weeks.


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