Conn. officer called "computer crime expert"


By ARIELLE LEVIN BECKER
Hartford Courant

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. — As he sat in city hall Tuesday, Tom Peterson couldn't help but recall the days when he taught his stepson, James Wardwell, about computers.

Wardwell had been interested in medicine, spent time as an emergency medical technician, and considered a career in nursing, Peterson said.

Instead, Wardwell became a police officer -- and the person the family, and his employers, now turn to for computer expertise.

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