Anthony Julmisse
Anthony Julmisse

Former University of Colorado cornerback Anthony Julmisse was sentenced to probation and community service after accepting plea deals in both his domestic violence and robbery cases.

Julmisse, 20, pleaded guilty on Friday in Boulder District Court to one count of harassment in one case and pleaded guilty to theft, false reporting and leaving the scene of an accident in his second case.

He was given identical sentences in the cases of two years probation and 24 hours of community service, but will serve the two probation sentences at the same time.

In exchange for the plea, prosecutors dropped additional charges of assault and robbery.

Julmisse was first arrested in July after a woman said Julmisse grabbed her arm, dragged her down the hallway and tried to push her down the stairs when she confronted him about his other girlfriend.

Julmisse was suspended by CU after that incident and was on suspension when he was arrested again in August. In that case, Julmisse reportedly rear-ended a car and then stole the other driver's cellphone when that driver took pictures of the damage.


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Julmisse played in all 14 CU games in 2016 and saw action on offense, defense and special teams. A true sophomore from Plantation, Fla., Julmisse was listed atop the depth chart at one of the cornerback spots and had been expected to compete for a starting role this season prior to his dismissal.

Julmisse was dismissed from the team in September.

Mitchell Byars: 303-473-1329, byarsm@dailycamera.com or twitter.com/mitchellbyars.