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Colorado Springs man who was a security guard acquitted of sexual assault

By: The Gazette
November 8, 2013 Updated: November 8, 2013 at 3:48 pm
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A jury on Thursday acquitted a Colorado Springs man charged with sexually assaulting a woman who said he claimed to be a police officer.

Stephen Frazier, 25, was found not guilty of all charges after a three-day trial before 4th Judicial District Court Judge Gregory Werner.

The victim, now 20, reported this year that Frazier had raped her in his apartment after claiming to be an undercover narcotics officer.

Frazier had worked as a security guard at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum but lost his job as a result of the allegations, his attorneys said.

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