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The winning ticket matched all six of the Powerball numbers drawn Wednesday night. Those numbers were 10, 18, 41, 55, 56 and the Powerball, 15.
2 chaperones charged with student sex on trip
HACKENSACK | Two Roman Catholic school workers from New Jersey have pleaded not guilty to charges of having sex with female students during a high school’s class trip to Germany.
Artur Sopel, 31, was vice president of operations at Paramus Catholic High School, and Michael Sumulikoski, 27, was a substitute teacher and assistant football coach until they were suspended last month.
Mr. Sumulikoski is accused of have sex with one female student on the February trip.
Mr. Sopel is accused of engaging in sexual activities with two female students in Germany and having sex with another female student in 2010.
Both are charged with sexual assault, child endangerment and hindering apprehension.
Legally incompetent sex offender set free
PROVO | A Utah judge on Thursday ordered a convicted sex offender freed from a state hospital after the man was deemed incompetent for trial and no danger to society.
Prosecutors wanted the judge to order Utah State Hospital to continue treating Lonnie Hyrum Johnson, 38, until he could face 21 counts against him of rape, sodomy and aggravated sexual assault of a child.
But 4th District Court Judge James R. Taylor said during a hearing Thursday he had no legal authority to keep Johnson locked up.
“The constitution prohibits me from holding someone who has not been convicted and who cannot participate in their own defense,” Judge Taylor said.
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