After an automobile crash, a young woman suspected of drunk driving was getting checked out for injuries. He found a photo of her in a bikini. So he allegedly sent the image to his own phone, and then, though already guilty of criminal conduct, he forwarded the image to another California Highway Patrol officer. The colleague upbraided him for violating a citizen's privacy, contacted a commanding officer, and arranged for Harrington's arrest on felony charges. I kid, of course.
Cop charged with stealing nude photos from suspect's iPhone - CNET
A California police officer accused of sending nude photos from DUI suspect's phone to his own and sharing them with other officers has been charged with two felonies. A DUI suspect allegedly gave the arresting police officer her iPhone passcode so that she could access her phone numbers. After the arrest in August, she noticed from her iPad that someone had sent nude images of her from her phone to another phone. On Friday, Harrington was charged with two felonies. One pertained to the original complainant, only named as Jane Doe No. The second involves a different woman, named as Jane Doe No.
Even worse than seeing women's privacy violated on social media is reading the accompanying comments that show such a lack of empathy. Skip navigation! Story from Reclaim Your Domain. Cory Stieg.
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