IL: Ex-Elgin cop official pleads guilty to ID theft, gets probation

There’s an update on a case first noted on this blog in 2013.

The Chicago Tribune reports:

Former Elgin deputy police chief Robert Beeter pleaded guilty Thursday to a charge of hacking into the email account of a fellow officer whose wife was romantically involved with Beeter.

In a plea bargain with Kane County prosecutors, Beeter, 53, admitted guilt to a felony count of identity theft and was sentenced to two years’ probation, 50 hours of community services and fines and other costs.

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