Prosecutor David Zagaja told Hartford Superior Court Judge Joan K.Alexander that he was troubled that La Porto did not accept responsibility for his crime.In comments included in a presentence report, La Porto's version of what happened June 6, 2014, contradicted what the victim said occurred."My impression is he is a person in denial," Zagaja said, adding that La Porto's family and wife are in denial about the crime, too.
La Porto was hired by the state police in April 2000, according to the documents.
At the time of his firing, he was a trooper at the Tolland barracks assigned to the Sex Offender Registry Unit.
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"His predatory acts took advantage of this woman." The victim wanted La Porto to serve a longer prison sentence, but agreed with the plea agreement because it meant she did not have to testify.
Defense attorney Hubert Santos said the state's and victim's versions of the incident are incorrect.
WINDSOR, CT — There are 31 registered sex offenders living in Windsor as of Oct.
2017, according to the Connecticut Sex Offender Registry.
The version of the crime read into the record Monday was the third different version she has given, Santos said."This is no sexual predator," Santos said.