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SBPD officer accused of improper sexual conduct appears in court

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A South Bend Police officer facing charges of improper sexual conduct with a minor was in court Monday morning.

Timothy Barber is charged with child seduction, misconduct, public indecency, and public nudity. Barber was accused last October of having an inappropriate relationship with a 16 year-old girl and using his position to pressure her into sex.

ABC 57 reports that he also allegedly pulled up at the drive-thru window of her workplace and exposed himself while in uniform.

He was placed on unpaid leave in October and faces firing if found guilty.



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1 comment

John Gee March 29, 2022 at 6:25 pm

What a good way to screwup a career, you’re supposed to be protecting people from these crimes, not causing them yourself dummy…


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