According to the Colorado Springs Gazette, a local Colorado Springs police officer was arrested due to the purchasing of child pornography. Colorado Springs police officer, Josh Carrier, has been charged with a class four felony and could face up to 10 years in prison and a fine of over $100,000. The Colorado police force took immediate action and dismissed Officer Carrier until further investigation determines future course of action.
Officer Josh Carrier was dedicated to helping the Colorado Springs youth by being a mentor and coach to young children. Many of Carrier’s assignments involved helping out adolescents and he worked closely with them on a daily basis. The allegations against Carrier arose in March 2011 when photographs of young children were discovered on his personal computer. No charges have been filed against Carrier that he acted inappropriately with any of his pupils.
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