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Alabama News: Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Sentencing of Former ALEA Narcotics Officer for Computer Tampering, Ethics Charges

Alabama News: Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Sentencing of Former ALEA Narcotics Officer for Computer Tampering, Ethics Charges

MONTGOMERY, AL – Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall today announced the sentencing of a former Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) officer to serve 60 days in jail for 13 charges, including 12 counts of computer tampering and an ethics charge of using his public position for personal gain.  Steven Wrea Ziaja, 40, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges on October 22 and was sentenced by Montgomery County Circuit Judge James Anderson.

Judge Anderson sentenced Ziaja to 12 months, split to serve 60 days in jail, on all counts. 

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