FLAGSTAFF, AZ - A former events coordinator at Northern Arizona University's Walkup Skydome has pleaded guilty to attempted sexual abuse.
Coconino County prosecutors say 34-year-old Richard Francisco Grijalva entered into a plea agreement Tuesday.
They say he faces up to two years in prison at his sentencing, but also is eligible for probation.
Prosecutors say they will wait to see a presentence report before deciding what sentence to seek.
The plea agreement doesn't specifically require Grijalva to register as a sex offender.
Grijalva was arrested after the Dec. 3 incident and stopped working at the university about a week later.
The Arizona Daily Sun says Grijalva was accused of groping a male employee after a meeting at his home where he allegedly supplied alcohol to a group of underage employees.
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