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Glastonbury restaurant owner charged with sexual assault

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Julian Rodriguez, who is owner of a restaurant in Glastonbury, was charged with first-degree sexual assault on Friday.  (Glastonbury Police Department) Julian Rodriguez, who is owner of a restaurant in Glastonbury, was charged with first-degree sexual assault on Friday.  (Glastonbury Police Department)
GLASTONBURY, CT (WFSB) -

The owner of a restaurant in Glastonbury was charged with first-degree sexual assault on Friday. 

The arrest of 38-year-old, Glastonbury resident Julian Rodriguez comes after police said he "invited" a woman back to Jalisco Restaurant, which he owns. 

Police said Rodriguez sexually assaulted the woman "once she was unconscious from alcohol and/or drugs." 

Rodriguez posted the $50,000 bond. He is scheduled to be arraigned at Manchester Superior Court on Sept. 27. 

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