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CBI seeks possible additional victims of Cripple Creek ex-police officer

Heather Willard

Heather Willard / NewsBreak Denver / Feb. 6, 2023

(Cripple Creek, Colo.) The Colorado Bureau of Investigations is seeking possible additional victims of a former Cripple Creek police sergeant.

CBI is investigating Alexander Kenoyer, 36. Agents found several explicit images and videos, possibly from the internet or filmed by Kenoyer, of women. Some may have been filmed or photographed without consent or been aware their image was being captured but believed it would remain private.

Anyone who believes they may have had inappropriate contact with Kenoyer in his law enforcement role should call 719-662-2662.
Alexander KenoyerPhoto byCBI

Kenoyer faces three felonies: unlawful sexual conduct (penetration) by a peace officer while on duty, unlawful sexual conduct (touching) by a peace officer while on duty, and attempting to influence a public servant.

An internal affairs investigation that began on Aug. 20, 2022, elicited allegations that caused Cripple Creek Police Chief Charles Bright to request assistance from the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. Kenoyer surrendered to law enforcement on Dec. 19 for an alleged inappropriate sexual relationship with a victim of an alleged crime in October 2021.

The police department placed Kenoyer on administrative leave on Aug. 24, 2022, and he resigned from the Cripple Creek Police Department on Oct. 25, 2022. He was released on $10,000 bond. He is scheduled to next appear in court on March 6 for a preliminary hearing in Teller County.

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