Former TPD officer in Superior Court today - Tucson News Now

Former TPD officer in Superior Court today

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Later today Andrea Middleton, a former Tucson Police officer will be in court for her sentencing.

She was indicted on three felony counts of computer tampering, on June 14, a day after she resigned from the Tucson Police Department.

A TPD report stated that Middleton harassed two women via telephone and text messages over several days in November 2012.  She questioned them about their relationships with a fellow police officer with whom Middleton once had a relationship.

The report says Middleton inappropriately used her access to the Criminal Justice databases to acquire the women's personal information.  

Middleton is scheduled for sentencing at 9 a.m.

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