ESPN producer arrested in Conn. on public indecency charge after peeping Tom complaintBy AP
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
ESPN producer charged with Conn. public indecency
FARMINGTON, Conn. — An ESPN producer has been arrested on a public indecency charge after a peeping Tom complaint in a Connecticut apartment complex.
Police Lt. Marshall Porter told the Hartford Courant newspaper that 52-year-old Neil Goldberg turned himself in Tuesday to face charges including public indecency, trespass, disorderly conduct and breach of peace.
Goldberg is the coordinating producer of motorsports coverage for Bristol-based ESPN. ESPN spokesman Josh Krulewitz (KROO’-leh-witz) says the company is looking into the issue, and Goldberg will not be producing this week’s NASCAR coverage.
Police said Goldberg admitted watching through a window last month as a neighbor got dressed at an apartment in the Hartford suburb of Farmington.
A woman walking her dog had reported seeing a man outside on a stool peering through the window and masturbating.
Goldberg has been released from police custody after posting a $1,000 bond.
Information from: The Hartford Courant, www.courant.com
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