Zachary Koshlap Wiki
A police officer Zachary Koshlap in Anne Arundel County was arrested Friday after allegedly seeking a sexual encounter with an 8-year-old child while on a pornographic website, the Anne Arundel police said
Zachary Koshlap Sex With Eight-Year-Old Child
A secretly working FBI task force officer received a message from an unknown user in late February requesting sex with a boy, police said. The FBI investigated and said it identified the user as Zachary S. Koshlap, 33, of Glen Burnie, Maryland. Koshlap is an Anne Arundel County Police Patrol Officer who has been with the department for six years, police said.
Detectives executed a search warrant at Koshlap’s home on March 23 and seized various electronic evidence. The police said in a news release that they interviewed Koshlap during the search and that he “admitted his involvement in the conversation regarding the eight-year-old child.”
Zachary Koshlap Suspended
Koshlap was suspended from Anne Arundel’s force that day. Police conducted a forensic analysis of seized electronic devices from his residence and on Friday obtained arrest warrants on the sexual charges of a minor and 10 counts of child pornography. He was detained on Friday and ordered his detention without bail, Anne Arundel police spokesman Marc Limansky said.
Anne Arundel County Police Chief Timothy J. Altomare Statement
Chief Timothy J. Altomare
Anne Arundel County Police Chief Timothy J. Altomare said in the news release: “If someone wearing a badge betrays our oath of protection, we will do everything within our power to bring them to justice and make sure they never wear our uniform again. I am heart sick, physically ill, disgusted and enraged at the actions alleged in this case. I am also very proud of both our federal partners and our investigators who relentlessly investigated this case from the moment they learned about it.”
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