In Colorado, a postmaster is accused of having sexual conversations with a person he thought was a child, but he was actually talking to the police.
Last week, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office arrested Chad Miller in connection to the case.
The investigation started in August 2021, when Miller spoke to a police officer online, thinking they were a 13-year-old girl, according to the sheriff’s office. Miller said he wanted to have sex with the girl.
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But then Miller stopped communicating and never set a date to meet, the sheriff’s office noted.
Then in March 2022, Miller again initiated communication with the cop posing as a teen, according to the sheriff’s office. During those conversations, Miller said he was a postmaster. He continued to engage in detailed sexual conversation with the person he thought was 13 years old.
Miller also asked for pictures, so he knew the girl was real, investigators said.
Miller was charged with two counts of internet sexual exploitation of a child and sexual exploitation of a child.
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