The owner of a Glastonbury restaurant, who was arrested in September after accusations surfaced that he sexually assaulted an unconscious woman in his restaurant, has been arrested again on similar charges.
Police said 38-year-old Julian Rodriguez, of Glastonbury, owned the now-closed Jalisco Restaurant in Glastonbury and is accused of having sexual intercourse in his restaurant with a woman when she was mentally incapacitated and unable to consent.
In September, he was arrested, accused of inviting a different woman back to the restaurant and sexually assaulting her when she was unconscious from alcohol and/or drugs.
Rodriguez has been charged with first-degree sexual assault, mentally incapacitated.
Bond was set at $50,000 and Rodriguez was released.
He is due in court on Nov. 30 for the original charges.
The attorney on that case said the firm has not been retained to represent Rodriguez on the newest charges and it's premature to comment on anything, but they will represent him diligently.
Police are asking anyone with information about crimes Rodriguez is accused of or other potential victims to call police at 860-633-8301.
Jalisco Restaurant is now closed, according to police.