DANBURY, Conn. (AP) — A veteran Danbury prosecutor who's been accused of secretly photographing and videotaping women in the courthouse has been fired.
Documents released Tuesday say senior Assistant State's Attorney David M. Holzbach was terminated after an investigation found he'd secretly recorded women, viewed pornography on his work computer during work hours, photographed women and collected pictures of women, some pornographic, in his office.
The Hartford Courant reports that in a certified letter to Holzbach, chief state's attorney Kevin Kane describes Holzbach's behavior as "completely intolerable."
An investigation of Holzbach began in mid-April when a woman notified officials that she had seen Holzbach secretly videotaping women with a special pen. The Courant says it was at least the fifth time in 20 years that Holzbach had been accused of similar behavior.
Information from: The Hartford Courant