PHOENIX - A former Phoenix police officer has pleaded not guilty to allegations that he sexually assaulted two teenagers .
Maricopa County prosecutors say 43-year-old Christopher J. Wilson entered his plea Thursday.
He resigned earlier this month after 13 years on the police force.
Phoenix police Chief Daniel Garcia says the 10 charges against Wilson relate to sexual misconduct involving a 14-year-old and 17-year-old boy.
Garcia says the 14-year-old boy had informed his parents about the sexual encounters. Police began an investigation that led to Wilson's arrest on Aug. 7.
His next court date is on Oct. 8.
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