A Madisonville Police Officer who was arrested for allegedly hacking into a police department computer last July -- has been cleared of those charges.
We first told you eight-year Madisonville Police veteran, David Aaron Sims, turned himself in to a Texas Ranger last September for charges stemming from an internal investigation at the police department last July.
The 47-year old peace officer allegedly hacked into a Madisonville Police sergeant's desktop computer where it's believed he then removed confidential electronic files from the system.
According to the court's dismissal on September 10th, the charges against Sims, which were 'computer breach of security’, because of the quote, "interest of justice."
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