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Tremonton Officer Arrested for Child Porn

Tremonton Police officer Jeremy Rose, a 12-year veteran and Tremonton resident, was arrest on Friday, June 14, for Sexual Exploitation of a Minor.

Police Chief Dave Nance received notification from the Attorney General’s Office that the Internet Task Force had information and were conducting an investigation.

He said, “As you can imagine it was a shock, a disappointment all the way around. We certainly don’t want that type of publicity.”

Spokesman for the Attorney General’s Office Paul Murphy reported that since the matter is still under investigation public information is limited. He said, “I can only confirm that Mr. Rose was arrested by the Utah Attorney General’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force for Sexual Exploitation of a Minor.”

Nance said Rose was booked in the Davis County Jail and then transferred to Box Elder County on a second degree felony. He was bailed out at $10,000. Rose was currently working patrol and is now on paid administrative leave.

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5 comments for “Tremonton Officer Arrested for Child Porn

  1. Sandra Rose
    June 19, 2013 at 2:43 pm

    Why on paid leave?, not only for that type of crime but he was an officer of the law and someone for children to look to for safety! What an example it sets about Law Enforcement,… “Whats right and whats legal these days are TWO different things.” Where are the morals folks?!

  2. Tiffany Purcell
    June 19, 2013 at 10:04 pm

    This is a very sad story and if these allegations are true, I agree that it sets an awful example for law enforcement and needs to be dealt with accordingly, but as we still live in America, I am pretty sure that we are considered innocent until proven guilty. Sometimes mistakes are made and in those cases it would be even more devastating to loose income while it is sorted out. My heart goes out to his family.

  3. kimberly Adrian
    June 20, 2013 at 9:51 pm

    for things this bad he should be fired he should get the same treatment that every one else that does this kind of crime it don’t matter if he is an officer or not he still did the crime he needs to do the time and he should not be on paid leave they should out right fire him

  4. Jennifer
    June 21, 2013 at 3:01 pm

    For someone in a position of trust, he should be held to a higher standard. It will be interesting to see how this turns out. My heart goes to his family, I know how this can affect loved ones for one individuals choice.

  5. Kim
    June 24, 2013 at 11:11 pm

    I predict that he will get a slap on the wrist and put back in his patrol car. That’s how this legal system works any more, police officers are put on a pedestal while the average Joe would get 1-5 for these charges. I bet he gets away with 6 months probation or less. Is this going to Christensen? I challenge the judge whom sentences him to give him the charges that he deserves.

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