STRATFORD, Conn. -- A Stratford man accused of sexually assaulting two young girls from Monroe will not serve any prison time, according to the Connecticut Post.
Bruce Bean Connery, 70, is Stratford's former EMT head and was a piano teacher to the victims, the Connecticut Post said.
After a plea bargain, Superior Court Judge Earl Richards imposed a suspended three-year prison term followed by three years of probation and ordered Connery to register as a sex offender for 10 years, said the Connecticut Post.
He had pleaded guilty to risk of injury to children and reckless endangerment, the Connecticut Post reported.
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