PORTLAND -- A former Eugene police officer pleaded guilty to sex crimes committed against a half-dozen women, including several who worked with him.
Stefan Zeltvay pleaded guilty to sexual harassment and third-degree sex abuse. He was sentenced Wednesday to 140 days in jail and must register as a sex offender.
Lead investigator Sgt. Scott McKee says the crimes ranged from inappropriate comments to sexual touching, and occurred over a number of years. The victims included another officer, three women in the records department, a fellow officer's wife and a neighbor.
The 44-year-old Zeltvay joined the department in 1995 and was a school resource officer from 2003 until 2012. Police Chief Pete Kerns says he is concerned there could be other victims, including minors.