A former Loveland Police officer has been arrested for sexually assaulting a teen while the officer was on duty. That's according to a post on the Larimer County Sheriff's Office Facebook page.

According to the post, the Loveland Police Department was contacted last month about allegations that a Loveland police officer had assaulted someone several months ago. To avoid any conflict of interest, the case was turned over to the Larimer County Sheriff's Office for investigation. Investigators were able to identify the suspect as 28-year-old Dylan Miller

The investigation found that Miller had contacted the female victim and several other people during a traffic stop in July. According to the victim, she and another person were in a city park a few days later when she again encountered Miller. He allegedly told the other person to leave, made the victim walk to a secluded area, and sexually assaulted her.

Miller was arrested on Monday, November 6. That same day he was terminated from the Loveland Police Department.

According to the Facebook post, he was booked into the Larimer County jail on the following charges:

• First Degree Kidnapping (F2)
• Sex Assault on a Child - Position of Trust (F3)
• Unlawful Sexual Conduct by a Peace Officer (F3)
• Sex Assault (F6)
• Official Oppression (M1)
• First Degree Official Misconduct (M2)
The post says investigators are concerned that other victims may be out there. The post goes on to say:
'''Anyone with information about unreported inappropriate conduct or abuse involving this suspect is encouraged to contact Investigative Sgt. Rita Servin at 970-498-5513. People who wish to remain anonymous may also contact Crime Stoppers of Larimer County at 970-221-6868 or www.stopcriminals.org.''

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