During the investigation, Harrington admitted to stealing indecent photos off of a DUI suspect in August, according to a search warrant affidavit cited by Inside Bay Area News. Worse, he reportedly says he's done it "a half a dozen times in the last several years" and that it's a "game" he and other officers play. Harrington reportedly told police he learned the steal-nude-selfies "game" while he was working in Los Angeles at another department.
The South Carolina student who allegedly took his teacher's cell phone and shared naked pictures of her with classmates was charged on Friday. The year-old, whose teacher Leigh Anne Arthur was forced to resign as a result of the ordeal, is facing computer crimes and aggravated voyeurism counts, according to WSPA-TV. The aggravated voyeurism charge comes from the boy allegedly copying and sharing Arthur's pictures, while the computer crime is in connection with him gaining access to her cell phone without permission.
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TAMPA — The restaurant was abuzz as reporters showed up to cover the arrest of an employee at a neighboring cellphone store on charges of stealing a customer's nude pictures from her phone. No one realized at the Beef 'O' Brady's that the victim was a waitress there — no one but the waitress, anyway. People were bashing me.
Here are the excerpts of the exchanged text messages between officers discussing the photos, but be warned that the messages contain explicit language. Enjoy buddy!!! Prosecutors are to decide next week whether anyone will face criminal charges.
Reportedly, over explicit photos were stolen. This includes photos of both customers and other Apple employees taken from the phones without their knowledge. The photos were shared among other Apple store employees in the area.
Let me guess: you put a case on it. Smartphones are expensive especially now that wireless companies no longer offer subsidized devicesso I understand the urge to protect that investment with a case. But cases are unnecessary, ugly, and totally overrated.
You are now logged in. Forgot your password? Like the hackers who stole and released nude celebrity pics from iCloud, these Cali cops think they have a right to view private images off women's phones and the law be damned. A team of CHP officers is now under investigation for a years-long "game" in which they stole and traded private photos from the phones of women they arrested.
Phillip Sherman of Arkansas learned that lesson after he left his phone behind at a McDonald's restaurant and the photos ended up online. Now he and his wife, Tina, are suing the McDonald's Corp. The suit says that Phillip Sherman left the phone the Fayetteville store in July and that employees promised to secure it until he returned.
Graham Cluley am, February 4, Because, according to media reportsyear-old Jose Robert Miranda, who until recently was employed by RadioShack, appeared in Marin County Superior Court on Monday morning, under suspicion of theft and copying computer data. The woman is now suing Miranda and his former employer RadioShack for trespassing, concealment, negligence, appropriation of name and likeness, alongside other counts. Miranda has not entered a plea, and is currently out on bail.