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Police probe girl's claims

Police Chief Gregg Jarvies put three officers on administrative leave with pay pending the outcome of an investigation into a Chapel Hill High School student’s allegations that two of the investigators misrepresented themselves as members of an FBI Cyber Crime Task Force. Two senior administrators in the department have been assigned to find out what happened May 2, when Erin Carter, 17, a junior at Chapel Hill High, was pulled out of an afternoon assembly and told to report to the principal’s office. Moore, Walker and Anson, a Chapel Hill officer who is assigned to work nearly four days each week in Raleigh with the FBI Cyber Crime Task Force, are the department’s go-to guys when a computer crime is suspected. But neither Moore, an investigator with the Chapel Hill force for nearly 11 years, nor Walker, a Chapel Hill officer for more than 12 years, is officially part of the federal cyber crime task force. Full Story

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