Online chat with 'girl' costs Ga. sergeant his job
Copyright 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The online conversation with the girl started innocently enough, with questions about hobbies and where she lived. But they quickly descended into explicit inquiries about her body and modeling clothes, crossing a line and leading a Cobb County sheriff's sergeant to resign, authorities said.
Tod C. Miller, a 21-year-veteran of the sheriff's department, quit last month after being confronted with transcripts of Internet conversations he had with someone he thought was a 14-year-old Warner Robins girl, according to a sheriff's office internal affairs summary released by the department in response to a public records request.
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