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Fine allegations : Tomaselli to be sentenced for sexual abuse charges

first_img Published on April 6, 2012 at 12:00 pm Zach Tomaselli is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday to a state prison for sexually abusing a 13-year-old boy in 2009.Tomaselli, 23, of Lewiston, Maine, accused Bernie Fine, former Syracuse University associate men’s basketball coach, of molesting him in a Pittsburgh hotel room in 2002 during an away game. He is scheduled to be sentenced at 8:30 a.m. in Superior Court in Auburn, Maine, according to an April 6 article in The Post-Standard.Justin Leary, Tomaselli’s attorney, said Maine Supreme Court Justice Robert Clifford is expected to sentence Tomaselli to three years and three months in state prison, according to the article. Tomaselli will begin serving his sentence April 18.Lewiston police arrested Tomaselli on April 13, 2011, on charges of having sexual contact with a boy who attended a camp where Tomaselli was a counselor.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHowever, much of Tomaselli’s sentence was suspended after he pleaded guilty to gross sexual assault, unlawful sexual contact and two other sex-related counts on Dec. 20, according to the article. His plea was part of an agreement that allowed seven other counts to be dropped as well.Leary said it is hoped Tomaselli will be able to participate in a sex offender counseling program while he is in prison, according to the article. The sentence includes further counseling and six years of probation after prison. If Tomaselli violates the probation, he risks returning to prison for an additional eight years and nine months.On Friday, Tomaselli said he is ready to begin serving his sentence and hopes counseling will help him, according to the article. Fine has not been charged and denies all accusations.rebarill@syr.edu Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

USC Wireless outages lead to frustration

first_imgJordyn Holman contributed to this report. USC Information Technology Services is working to solve a hardware problem that has affected the USC Wireless and USC Wireless Plus networks since Tuesday.Technicians have confirmed the problem is related to the network’s hardware, but the cause of the issue is still unknown, according to Kevin Durkin, director of communications and marketing for ITS.“Since we haven’t fully diagnosed the issue, we have no timeline on when it will be fixed,” Durkin said.Durkin noted that the wired Internet network has been unaffected by the glitch.Chris Amezcua, a freshman majoring in business administration, said the problems with the Internet have made completing the final assignments of the semester extremely difficult.“Everyone has papers due and especially research papers, which you need the Internet for,” he said. “It’s crunch time right before finals, so it’s the worst timing possible.”Since the technical difficulties with the wireless networks began, Amezcua has been using an Ethernet cable to complete his assignments.According to Robert Hernandez, an assistant professor of professional practice at USC Annenberg, the issues with USC’s wireless networks have disrupted his lesson plans and impacted his students’ final projects.“We are a digital class. Most of us are very dependent on Wi-Fi. We are starting to code, so technology and, of course, Wi-Fi, is the backbone of this class,” Hernandez said. “When something like this goes down, it really is crippling, not just for my class, but for everyone. You don’t have to be a digital journalism professor like I am to be affected.”Durkin said ITS plans to send out a notification when the problems with the wireless network are fixed. The ITS website is also being updated as technicians learn more about the issue.Katherine Sun, a freshman majoring in business administration, said the problems with the Internet have forced her to look for other ways to get online.“I’m thinking about going to Starbucks off campus to complete my homework,” Sun said. “It’s a very inconvenient time for this. I can’t believe this happened during finals.”last_img read more