MILFORD, Conn. (AP) — Former University of Connecticut basketball player Bob Dulin is due back in court for allegedly violating his probation a second time in connection with a sexual assault conviction.
Dulin is set to be arraigned Tuesday in Milford Superior Court.
Probation officials say the 54-year-old Milford resident attended his daughter’s high school volleyball games and a party for eighth-graders at his home earlier this year without getting permission from his probation officer.
Dulin was sentenced to 18 months in prison in 2007 for having a sexual relationship with a teenage girl who was on a youth basketball team he coached. He was sent back to jail for 90 days in 2009 for violating his probation by failing to complete sex offender treatment.
Dulin declined to comment on the new allegations.