Prison Guard Accused Of Accepting iPad Bribe

Law enforcement in California keep making headlines with their relationships to iPads. Yesterday, we heard a story about how an iPad owner and police used an app to locate some stolen Christmas gifts.

Now we hear that a California prison guard has been accused of accepting an iPad as a bribe for favors given to inmates. The guard has pleaded not guilty to the allegations.

The Sacramento Bee has more: “A Seal Beach city jail guard has pleaded not guilty to accepting an iPad and other items from inmates in exchange for favors.Orange County prosecutors say 32-year-old Jose Alday entered not guilty pleas Tuesday to felony charges of receiving bribes and possession for sale of a controlled substance. He also pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia.”

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