DANBURY, Conn. (AP) — A newspaper reports that a prosecutor accused of secretly photographing or filming women in Danbury Superior Court in April with a camera concealed in a pen had allegedly done it before.
Hearst Connecticut Media Group cited personnel records to report Wednesday that Senior Assistant State's Attorney David M. Holzbach was reprimanded twice for "unprofessional conduct" in 1992 and 2006.
A woman involved in an incident in 2002 reported Holzbach's actions to then-Danbury State's Attorney Walter Flanagan but did not make a formal complaint.
Holzbach told the newspaper he did not know of the alleged 2002 incident. He did not comment further.
The 52-year-old Holzbach has been on paid administrative leave from his $129,000-a-year job since April 30, three days after he allegedly recorded or videotaped defense lawyers or members of the public in court.