Harrington, 35, of Martinez, entered the plea on two felony computer theft charges alleging he stole racy cell phone photos of women he arrested, forwarded them to his phone and shared them with others, including salacious text messages discussing the women. Two other officers who received photos of one or more women from Harrington have not been charged with any crime. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.
MARTINEZ BCN — A California Highway Patrol officer charged with two felony counts for allegedly sending nude pictures of two women in his custody to his personal cellphone is close to accepting a plea agreement that would resolve his case, his attorney said today. Mockler set another hearing for Jan. Rains said he plans to talk to District Attorney Mark Peterson in the interim and will be ready to have Harrington, who remains free on bail, enter a plea at that time. Prosecutors said the first incident involving Harrington occurred in Livermore on Aug.
A few summers ago, I watched a father coaxing his daughter to jump into the pool. It brought back memories of me doing the same thing with my daughter years before. She was adamantly refusing to leap.