Nathan Wood (University of Colorado Police Department)
Nathan Wood (University of Colorado Police Department)
A Boulder man who pleaded guilty in August to second-degree burglary and attempted sexual assault -- following reports he stole women's clothing from University of Colorado dormitory bathrooms and assaulted a female acquaintance in her dorm room after she fell asleep -- was sentenced to six years in prison.

Nathan William Wood, 30, was arrested Oct. 24, 2011, after a female CU student reported that she and some friends had accepted a ride from Wood, whom they had met the night before, from University Hill to their residence in the Williams Village dorm complex. Wood accompanied the woman and her friends up to their room, according to a police report, and a short time later the woman fell asleep. She told police she awoke to find Wood assaulting her.

It was also determined that Wood matched the description of a man who had been observed entering various women's bathrooms in Williams Village and removing clothes and towels while women used the showers.

Originally arrested on suspicion of sexual assault, trespass, burglary and theft, Wood pleaded guilty Aug. 14 to second-degree burglary, a Class 3 felony, and attempted sexual assault, a Class 5 felony, according the Boulder County District Attorney's Office, and faced a potential 19 years in prison.

In addition to his six-year prison term, Wood was sentenced to two years of work release and eight years of intensive supervised probation for sex offenders.