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N4T Investigators: New details in Marana Police sex, computer-tampering investigation

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     Marana Police have released additional details into an internal investigation that resulted in one officer being fired, and the resignation of three other officers. 

     According to documents obtained through a Public Records Request, former Marana Police Officer Dionysius Cazares used a department computer while off-duty to run license plates belonging to two other Marana Police officers. One of those other officers was reportedly in a relationship with Cazares, who has since resigned from the department, and been indicted on computer tampering charges. She has pleaded not guilty and will be in court again next month. 
     
    The documents also state some of the alleged sexual relations occurred while the officers were on duty. 
     
     The News 4 Tucson Investigators have been reviewing the documents, and will have more on this developing story throughout the day. 

    

     

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