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Former Deputy Indicted For Computer Crime

Date: October 14, 2004
Source: NEWS3 channel

MEMPHIS, TN � The Shelby County Grand Jury today indicted a former Shelby County Sheriff�s deputy for allegedly selling information from a secured website which provides law enforcement personnel investigative information.

The Grand Jury indicted Gregory Jackson, 45, on three counts of official misconduct and four counts of computer crime. Official misconduct is a class E felony, which carries a standard sentence of one to two years in prison. Jackson was indicted on two class A misdemeanor computer crime charges and two class C misdemeanor computer crime charges. The maximum sentence for a class A misdemeanor is 11 months, 29 days in prison, and the maximum sentence for a class C misdemeanor is 30 days in prison.

The Shelby County Sheriff�s Office terminated Jackson on May 7, 2004. Jackson was arrested on April 28, 2004 following an investigation by the Sheriff�s Office. He was released on his own recognizance.

According to an affidavit of complaint, during the investigation Jackson met with a confidential informant who agreed to pay Jackson for information regarding eight individuals.
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