CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A Chambersburg man charged with sexually assaulting two women on the same night last year entered a no-contest plea to a burglary charge Thursday and was sentenced to state prison.
Sean Nolan Connor, 36, of 67 North Ave., was to be tried next week on charges of rape of an unconscious victim, burglary, indecent assault and sexual assault in one case; and forcible rape, sexual assault involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and indecent assault in another.
Connor entered the plea to the first-degree felony burglary charge before Judge John R. Walker and was sentenced to two to four years in prison, Assistant District Attorney Lauren Sulcove said.
"The victims wanted to avoid going to trial, if possible, and this was one way of accomplishing that," Sulcove said. "It was going to be difficult for them to relive it" had the case proceeded to trial, she said.