Local officer accused of sexual harassment appears in court
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Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- New details have been released on suspended Las Vegas Police Officer Soloman Coleman.
A judge set bail at $16,000 on Thursday and ordered the 28-year-old on house arrest pending a January preliminary hearing.
The judge agreed Thursday to allow Coleman to remain free for 24 hours pending processing and release from the Clark County Detention Center.
Coleman is facing felony charges after several women he met on routine calls accused him of sexual harassment.
He is on paid administrative leave as of now.
Among other charges, Coleman is accused of instructing a woman whose boyfriend had been arrested to disrobe so he could check her for bruises.