Cop Had “Pattern” of Exposing His Genitals to Motorists During Traffic Stops: Report


NEWTON, NJ — Younger male motorists got more than just a ticket when Officer Jason Miller pulled them over for “traffic violations.”

It turns out that Officer Miller was pulling down the zipper of his pants and exposing himself to these motorists, reports say.

He has been “suspended” from the Newton Police Department after being a patrol officer for over a decade.

The exposure of his groin area happened during multiple traffic stops, according to reports.

Some of the exposures were caught on his own dashcam.

Officer Miller has been charged with two counts of official misconduct, and only one count of lewdness.

Investigators were notified of the acts back in October of 2014 and they eventually caught Officer Miller.

How would you feel if a police officer pulled you over and not only took your hard-earned money away in the form of a “traffic ticket” but then also pulled down his zipper near his genitals and exposed himself to you without your consent?

It’s as if these cops have zero respect for citizens — yet they only get slaps on their wrists like “suspensions.”

Evidently many of the motorists who were exposed to Officer Miller’s genitals were allowed to leave without getting a ticket, suggesting that the sole reason why he pulled these people over was to show them his genitals.

He is due to be sentenced in August of this year.

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