BEND, Ore. (AP) — A man who committed sexual misconduct with minor students he coached at a central Oregon high school will spend the next year in jail.
The Bulletin reports that Dylan Todd Sullivan of Forest Grove, Oregon, pleaded guilty Tuesday in Deschutes County Circuit Court to one count each of harassment and coercion.
Harassment is a misdemeanor. For it, Sullivan will serve 364 days in jail. Coercion is a felony. For that charge, Sullivan will serve five years of sex offender probation following his release.
In June 2017, Sullivan was served an indictment containing seven sexrelated criminal counts said to have occurred between 2013 and 2015, when Sullivan was a substitute teacher at La Pine High School and an assistant basketball coach.
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At the time, Sullivan was 24 and 25 — his two victims were 16.