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Ex-police chief’s partner accused of false sex abuse report

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By COLLEEN SLEVIN
Associated Press

DENVER (AP) — The partner of a former embattled suburban Denver police chief is accused of falsely reporting that a vocal opponent of the chief was sexually abusing her son. In court documents filed Monday, authorities allege Robin Niceta made an anonymous call to a child abuse hotline on Jan. 28 alleging that she saw Aurora City Councilmember Danielle Jurinsky inappropriately touching Jurinsky’s son. The call came a day after Jurinsky was on a radio talk show and called for the city’s police chief, Vanessa Wilson, to resign, calling Wilson “trash.” Niceta was a county social worker at the time of the alleged tip but resigned after being questioned by investigators. Niceta could not be reached by telephone.

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