Police Officers Sentenced For Personal Use of Law Enforcement Database

Two Cleveland city police officers were sentenced Thursday in Cleveland’s Muni Court after admitting that they used a police department database for personal use.

Judge Michael Ryan sentenced Officer Samuel Feldman to four days in jail and a year probation.

Feldman pleaded no contest on four counts of unauthorized use of property.

Officer Andrea Viccario received a suspended 30-day jail sentence after she pleaded guilty to one count of the same charge.

The Cleveland City Police Department said charges were filed after the two police officers used the Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway database, intended for police investigations, for their own personal use.

No specific details were released on how the two officers used the database or any information they may have obtained from it.

[ Source: Cleveland.com ]