Newport News officer to be arraigned for obscene sexual display
Newport News, Va. – A Newport News police officer will be arraigned on charges of indecent exposure on Tuesday, April 24.
Christopher Miner has been been acquitted twice of tying up women against their will – he is under criminal investigation again.
In two separate trials in 2009, Christopher Miner was found not guilty of assaulting women he had dated.
After he was acquitted, he got his job back as a police officer, and later changed his name to Christopher Roush.
According to court records, a passerby told police she saw Roush standing naked on his porch earlier this month.
Documents say other neighbors called police, too.
Roush has been put on leave without pay.
He is charged with indecent exposure and obscene sexual display.
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