Wednesday, February 06, 2008

From prankNfile:

We all do it.

Most of us don't get caught.

We want to avoid prosecution, but mostly, we want your wife if she's hot, or if not, your daughter, if she's hot.

If not, don't worry.

We'll use DMW records, surveillance, we will get laid.

We are Connecticut police.

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Police Sergeant Charged With Computer Crime

By HILDA MUÑOZ | Courant Staff Writer
2:20 PM EST, February 5, 2008

A Hartford police sergeant was charged Monday with misusing a criminal records database, police said.

Sgt. Reginald Allen, a 17-year veteran currently assigned to the Patrol Divison, released information from the National Crime Information Center, a database for federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, to an unauthorized person, police said.

He is charged with one count of third-degree computer crime. He is scheduled to appear in Superior Court in Hartford on Feb. 11. Allen has been suspended without pay until the court case and an internal police investigation have been completed, police said.

Hartford Police Chief Daryl K. Roberts said his police department respects the privacy of all citizens.

"I will not tolerate the unauthorized release or abuse of secure databases intended solely for law enforcement purposes," he said in a prepared statement.

Copyright © 2008, The Hartford Courant


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