Charges Against Former Brownsville Fire Chief Reduced
BROWNSVILLE – Charges have been reduced against a former Brownsville fire chief.
Carlos Elizondo is now facing six counts of breach of computer security.
He entered a not guilty plea Tuesday before the 107th District Court judge.
The original indictment contained 11 charges including one for theft by a public servant.
Elizondo is accused of logging into the city’s emergency reporting system portal without proper authorization.
His trial is set for Sept. 16.
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