Ex-of­fi­cer jailed for ex­pos­ing him­self

Hawaii Tribune Herald - - NEWS -

WAILUKU, Maui (AP) — A for­mer Maui po­lice of­fi­cer sus­pected of sex­u­ally ex­pos­ing him­self to women and a child in pub­lic was sen­tenced to 60 days in jail.

John Salomon, 41, was sen­tenced af­ter pleading no con­test to sex­ual as­sault charges in con­nec­tion with the in­ci­dents that took

place May 30, 2015.

Po­lice said they re­ceived sev­eral calls about a man ex­pos­ing him­self and touch­ing him­self in­ap­pro­pri­ately at var­i­ous Pukalani park­ing lots. Salomon was a three-year vet­eran of the po­lice force when he was tied to the crimes.

Salomon apol­o­gized to the vic­tim’s fam­i­lies dur­ing his Fri­day sen­tenc­ing and said he felt “dis­gusted and ashamed.”

Sec­ond Cir­cuit Judge Richard Bis­sen de­nied the de­fen­dant’s re­quest to keep the con­vic­tions off his record. The judge also or­dered Salomon to serve one year of pro­ba­tion and re­ceive sex of­fender treat­ment.

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