GA: Former Dalton police officer sentenced to five years on probation for computer invasion of privacy and violating oath of office

Charles Oliver reports on an insider-wrongdoing case that was taken seriously:

A former Dalton Police Department officer has been sentenced to five years on probation after pleading guilty to computer invasion of privacy and violation of oath by a public officer, according to District Attorney Bert Poston.

Trevin Dane Stover of Resaca must also pay a $1,000 fine plus court costs and surcharges, complete 40 hours of community service work and surrender his Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training Council (POST) certification, which he had already done. He will not be allowed to seek or accept employment in law enforcement, and he can have no contact with the victim or her family. He asked to be treated as a first offender and the judge agreed. He had no prior criminal record.

Read more at Dalton Daily Citizen.

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