Former Brownsville Fire Chief Facing Security Breach Charges
BROWNSVILLE – The former Brownsville fire chief is facing more charges.
Carlos Elizondo was indicted by a grand jury in an 11-count case of computer security breach charges.
He’s accused of logging into a computer network on 11 occasions to access the emergency reporting system portal for the Brownsville Fire Department without the city’s consent.
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