SIERRA VISTA, Ariz. (KVOA) — A Sierra Vista Police Section officer resigned Tuesday soon after currently being indicted for computer tampering, the section said.
In accordance to SVPD, Raymond Pyle was indicted for pc tampering for accessing information and facts in the department and condition databases for particular causes.
On March 9, SVPD asked for the Cochise County Sheriff’s Business initiate a legal investigation just after receiving details about the unauthorized database entry by Pyle in August 2021.
Pyle was put on paid administrative depart on April 20, in accordance to SVPD. They say they “gained a brief from CCSO detectives that they experienced evidence demonstrating Pyle had executed an unauthorized research of the SVPD and point out databases and would be referring the scenario to the Cochise County Attorney’s Workplace for assessment.”
Pyle was indicted for two charges of laptop tampering on June 2. On Tuesday, Pyle resigned after becoming notified that termination of work proceedings were getting initiated.
“Officer Pyle’s violation of the public’s rely on by using departmental means to receive data for private use are unable to be tolerated,” SVPD Law enforcement Chief Adam Thrasher claimed in a push launch Wednesday.
The circumstance will be forwarded to the Arizona Peace Officers Requirements and Schooling Board for its review and motion.
Pyle was employed by the office in January 2021.