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911 dispatcher leaked police data to gang


Indictment charges Sheriff's Department dispatcher, 42, is linked to white supremacists.

By Salvador Hernandez


This undated photo released by the Orange County (Calif.) Sheriff's Department shows Lissa Marie Domanic, an Orange County Sheriff's Department employee who was arrested Tuesday and charged with using her position as a 911 operator to provide confidential information to a white supremacist gang. (AP Photo)

The Orange County Register

ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. — A 911 dispatcher with the Orange County Sheriff's Department allegedly provided confidential law-enforcement information to members of a white supremacist gang, using her access to solicit the beating of two inmates, authorities said today.

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