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Longmont man accused of sexual exploitation of a child

Taylor Coleman Miller, 31, was arrested in a child abuse material distribution case, the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office said.
Boulder County Sheriff's Office

A Longmont man is accused of possessing and distributing child sexual abuse material, the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office announced Tuesday.

Taylor Coleman Miller, 31, faces several felony charges, including sexual exploitation of a child - distribution, and two counts of sexual exploitation of a child - possession, the sheriff’s office said in a news release.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children notified the Colorado Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force about the sexual abuse material found online, according to the release. An investigation was launched, and a search warrant was executed on Jan. 12 at Miller’s home.

Evidence was found of Miller sharing the child sexual abuse material on a social messaging app, the sheriff’s office said,

Miller was arrested and booked into the Boulder County Jail, where he is being held on no bond.

The Boulder County District Attorney’s Office, the Longmont Department of Public Safety and the Boulder Police Department assisted with the case.

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