A New Jersey police officer faces charges for flashing a plethora of drivers who he pulled over. 

According to the Smoking Gun, 37-year-old Jason Miller, a 13-year veteran of the Newton Police Department, stands accused of exposing himself to male drivers over a seven-month stretch: 

A probable cause affidavit alleges that Miller exposed himself during “numerous” late-night traffic stops to "satisfy his prurient interests." He then allowed the male motorists to leave without traffic summonses, though, in some instances, he was aware the driver had been drinking or that a vehicle’s registration and insurance were expired.

While the affidavit details Miller’s interaction with five men, aged 18 to 26, investigators noted that they have evidence of other “late night or early morning stops involving Officer Miller and young adult males…wherein it appears that Officer Miller’s pants were opened and/or his genitals were exposed and/or a zipper can be heard opening or closing.

Miller was arrested Monday on lewdness and misconduct charges and has been suspended without pay for an indefinite amount of time. The Smoking Gun adds that he's currently free on $35,000 bail.

[via The Smoking Gun]