Longmont man accused of possession of child sexually exploitative material

Jan. 24—A Longmont man has been arrested after reportedly distributing child sexually exploitative material through a messaging app.

Taylor Coleman Miller, 31, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of sexual exploitation of a child — distribution and two counts of sexual exploitation of a child — possession, according to a release from the Boulder County Sheriff's Office.

Miller is being held without bond until a hearing can be held. His booking photo was not immediately available.

According to the release, the investigation began after the Colorado Internet Crimes Against Children task force received a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

Authorities applied for a warrant and searched Miller's Sunset Drive residence in Longmont on Jan. 12, where additional evidence was located.

The Boulder County Sheriff's Office, Boulder County District Attorney's Office, Boulder Police Department and Longmont Department of Public Safety all participated in the investigation.