Former Brownsville fire chief found not guilty on security breach charges

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Carlos Elizondo, Brownsville’s former fire chief, has been found not guilty on six counts of computer security breach. (Source: KGBT Photo)

Carlos Elizondo, Brownsville’s former fire chief, has been found not guilty on six counts of computer security breach.

In October of 2017, Carlos Elizondo was suspended after he was accused of assessing the emergency reporting system for Brownsville fire without consent.

Elizondo was indicted on 11 charges in July, however, in August those 11 charges were reduced to six.

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