Boulder Man Pleads Guilty to Trespassing at Memorial Event

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

Boulder, Colo. (AP) A Boulder man accused of showing up to a memorial gathering uninvited, showing pornographic pictures to the grieving mother, and grabbing the breast of the dead woman's sister is scheduled to be sentenced July 9 after pleading guilty to felony trespassing.

Thirty-year-old Marlos Hernandez agreed to a plea deal Wednesday in Boulder County District Court. The deal calls for prosecutors to drop charges of first-degree burglary, harassment and unlawful sexual contact.

Through a translator, Hernandez maintained that he never broke in to the memorial gathering and said he was invited into the event.

Police say the family did not ask Hernandez to leave because he was only one of a few mourners they didn't know.

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