Arrested Producer and ESPN Part Comapny

FARMINGTON, Conn. (AP) _ An ESPN producer who was charged with public indecency after a peeping Tom complaint at a Connecticut apartment complex has parted ways with the network.
ESPN spokesman Mike Soltys confirmed Monday that 52-year-old Neil Goldberg no longer works for the company. Goldberg had been the coordinating producer of motorsports coverage for Bristol-based ESPN.
Goldberg surrendered to police last Tuesday, after a complaint from a neighbor who said she was walking her dog when she him standing on a stool and looking into a window.
Goldberg is due in Hartford Superior Court on Wednesday. A message seeking comment was left at listing for Goldberg.

(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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