- New Jersey prosecutors said a police officer sent sexually explicit texts to an 18-year-old woman.
- The New Jersey cop, Damien Broschart, is facing multiple charges and might lose his job if convicted, according to state prosecutors.
- Broschart sent the texts just hours after he arrested the woman, prosecutors say.
A New Jersey police officer is facing charges after sending explicit texts to an 18-year-old woman he had arrested, according to prosecutors.
The Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office announced Thursday that Damien Broschart, 29, is being charged with cyber harassment. Broschart is an officer with the Neptune City Police Department who has been suspended from his role without pay.