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.