Nine Charged in Scheme to Profit from Confidential Memphis Police Information | State
(The Center Square) – Nine people have been charged, including a former Shelby County Assistant Attorney General, after an investigation found they were “responsible for an elaborate scheme to profit from the use of ‘confidential information in Memphis police reports,’ the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation reported on Friday.
The group included three former employees of the Memphis Police Department, a lawyer from Memphis and four others. Former 30th District Deputy Attorney General Glenda Adams, Egypt Berry, Latausha Blair, Renatta Dillard, Roderick Harvey, Marcus Lewis, personal injury attorney Aaron Neglia, Martin Nolan and Mustafa Sajid have been charged.
Berry, Blair and Nolan were employees of the Memphis Police Department but have since resigned. Berry, Blair and Dillard were arrested. Harvey is still on the run. The others, according to their attorney, are planning to go to Shelby County Jail.
The investigation began in June 2020 at the request of 30th District Attorney General Amy Weirich, who withdrew from the case and 13th District Attorney General Bryant Dunaway was appointed to handle it.
Adams, Nolan and Berry have been charged with bribery of an official, official misconduct, and violation of a computer law over $ 10,000.
Blair and Dillard were charged with violating a computer law over $ 10,000. Lewis and Sajid were charged with bribing an official.
Harvey and Neglia were charged with bribing an official and violating the computer law over $ 10,000.
TBI said the case “remains an active and ongoing investigation” and “further indictments are awaited.”