MN: Alleged sheriff data breach found unsubstantiated

Sarah Stultz reports:

Allegations of a data breach within the Freeborn County Sheriff’s Office were not substantiated, according to the county’s administrator on Wednesday.

Administrator John Kluever and information technology staff investigated the possibility that someone was inappropriately viewing open investigation files and disseminating parts of those files in the public.

The allegation came in the weeks leading up to the Nov. 4 sheriff’s election, a race that was rife with controversy.

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