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From: lyger (lygerattrition.org)
Date: Tue Aug 07 2007 - 08:47:49 CDT
A University of Toledo professor who reported his computer stolen, leading
to concerns that personal information could be at risk, was charged
yesterday by UT police with taking the hard drive.
Thomas Tatchell, 33, an associate professor of health education, was
charged in arrest warrants filed yesterday in Toledo Municipal Court with
receiving stolen property, tampering with evidence, unauthorized use of
property, obstructing official business, and filing a false report.
Mr. Tatchell, who joined UT's public health and rehabilitative services
department in Aug., 2000, reported his university hard drive stolen on
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