Aspen officer facing exploitation charge resigns

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

Aspen, Colo. (AP) - An Aspen police officer accused of putting a camera in the shower of a teenager living at his home has resigned and faces a court hearing July 20.

Court records show 38-year-old Joseph Holman faces charges of two counts of attempted sexual exploitation of a child, tampering with evidence, child abuse and attempted criminal invasion of privacy. A phone message left for a Joe Holman in Aspen was not returned Friday.

Holman was placed on paid administrative leave May 29 but has since resigned.

He is free after posting an $11,000 bond.
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