Thursday, February 6, 2014

Search Warrants Thrown Out In Northern California $287K Embezzlement Case

From the Press-Democrat on 2/5/14:

A Sonoma County judge Wednesday threw out two search warrants leading to the arrest of a former Santa Rosa Junior College police officer accused of embezzling $287,000 from campus parking machines. 
Judge Ken Gnoss said the warrants requesting GPS monitoring and credit report information for Jeff Holzworth, 52, were obtained illegally. 
But Gnoss said there were sufficient grounds for a third warrant to search Holzworth's Santa Rosa home, his pickup truck and his police car, where prosecutors said they found enough evidence to make their case against him.
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