Another really serious insider-wrongdoing breach, if the allegations are true. Hayley Crombleholme reports:
Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown called allegations that a city employee accessed the names of undercover officers, metro gang files, and other restricted documents “very concerning.”
The man was identified in a probable cause document as Patrick Driscoll, an IT employee with the city.
Driscoll was investigated by the Utah Attorney General’s Office, but Brown said he was arrested by Salt Lake officers at the Public Safety Building.
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