Ex-cop who was accused of flashing drivers now charged in teen sex assault
HAMPTON TOWNSHIP — Authorities say a former police officer accused of exposing himself to at least five young men during traffic stops is now facing allegations he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old boy in a restaurant bathroom.
NJ.com reports Jason Miller faces charges of sexual assault, criminal sexual contact, criminal restraint and two counts of child endangerment stemming from Thursday's incident in Hampton.
Authorities say the 39-year-old Hampton man allegedly followed the boy into the bathroom and put his hand into the boy's pants. He then allegedly tried to make the teen perform oral sex.
Miller has denied the allegations.
He resigned from the Newton police force last year after pleading guilty to tampering with records in the traffic stops matter. He was sentenced to two years of probation in that case.
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