A former football player at Fairview High School was convicted Thursday of a misdemeanor in a sexual assault case.
The ex-student, whom The Denver Post is not identifying because he was charged in juvenile court, was accused of pinning a female student to a locker and putting his hand down her shorts during their freshman year at Fairview in 2016 and 2017.
He was charged in December 2020 with a single count of attempt to commit unlawful sexual contact, a misdemeanor, for that incident, and was also accused of sexually assaulting a student while the two were together in a friend’s basement during that same school year. The charges connected to the basement incident, which include four counts of felony sexual assault, are still pending and the ex-student is scheduled to stand trial on…
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