Officials from the state Inspector General’s Office said Jacqueline Hankle, Division of Criminal Justice Services examiner, improperly used the state fingerprint system to research 22 people while she was working as a DCJS latent fingerprint examiner.  She was charged with computer trespass, a felony, and official misconduct. Investigators said she conducted 209 unauthorized searches of 22 individuals from 2000 to 2008, including 90 times to research her nephew’s ex-wife, who told investigators she lost custody of her daughter after her former husband disclosed her criminal history at a 2004 custody hearing.

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