Police in Carlisle, Ohio seize computer of democRAT mayor Tim HumphriesPosted by DarthDilbert at 11/17/2009 10:47:00 AM
The mayor of Carlisle is under investigation for allegedly having inappropriate materials and photos on his city-owned computer that was located in his office at Town Hall.
Police Chief Tim Boggess said Friday, Nov. 13, that city police seized the computer used by Mayor Tim Humphries on Nov. 5 as part of an investigation that started Oct. 17, and that city police are being assisted by the Warren County Sheriff’s Office and Warren County Prosecutor’s Office.
The computer has been sent to the FBI for forensic analysis, Boggess said. He said he was expected to hear from the FBI this week. No charges have been filed as of Friday.
On Friday, Humphries, 41, denied any knowledge of the search warrant and the seizure of his city-owned computer.
"I am unaware of that," he said.
I guess what happened in Vegas didn't stay in Vegas.
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