Former Brownsville fire chief pleads not guilty to six counts of computer security breach

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Brownsville’s former fire chief, Carlos Elizondo, has pleaded not guilty to six charges of computer security breach.

Elizondo, who was suspended in October of 2017, is accused of assessing the emergency reporting system for Brownsville Fire without consent.

He was indicted in July on 11 counts of computer security breach. On Tuesday, Elizondo appeared in court where those original 11 counts were reduced to six.

Elizondo’s trial is set to begin in September.

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