JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- A Jacksonville Sheriff's Office record
keeper is accused of abusing her access to investigative databases
to provide information about police officers to criminals.
Kenitra Monae Casper was being held without bond Friday on
multiple felony charges.
Undersheriff Dwain Senterfitt tells The Florida Times-Union that
an investigation revealed that sensitive information such as photos
of undercover narcotics officers was being pulled off department
computers since at least March.
According to an arrest report, 27-year-old Casper's password was
used to access the information. Authorities say the information was
emailed from Casper's office email.
Senterfitt says several narcotics officers have been transferred
for their own safety, but no officers have reported being harmed
because of the leaked information.
Jail records did not show whether Casper was represented by an
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