BOULDER, Colo. — The Latest on a former school bus aide who assaulted an autistic student (all times local):

10:50 a.m.

A former school bus aide who pleaded guilty to assaulting an autistic student on his way to and from school is going to jail.

Fifty-two-year-old Monica Burke was sentenced to 20 months behind bars in Boulder on Friday. She will also have to spend five years on probation and perform 360 hours of community service.

Burke was charged with kicking and hitting the 20-year-old Longmont student as he was taken to and from a Denver school specializing in autism. Police say she also sprayed aerosol disinfectant in his face.

The student’s mother and father, the head of his school and other supporters were in court for the sentencing.

William Hall Jr., another ex-employee of the St. Vrain Valley School District, faces trial for not reporting the abuse as he was driving the bus.

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1:55 a.m.

A former school bus aide who pleaded guilty to assaulting an autistic student on his way to and from school faces sentencing in a Boulder court.

Fifty-two-year-old Monica Burke pleaded guilty to felony assault on an at-risk person in July. She is scheduled to be sentenced Friday.

Burke was charged with kicking and hitting the 20-year-old Longmont student as he was taken to and from a Denver school specializing in autism.

Police say Burke sprayed aerosol disinfectant in the student’s face.

William Hall Jr., another ex-employee of the St. Vrain Valley School District, faces trial for not reporting the abuse as he was driving the bus.