Ocean County sergeant admits using law enforcement database for personal reasons
A former Long Beach Township police sergeant pleaded guilty to accessing law enforcement computer databases for personal reasons. Gerard Traynor, 53, who is also a Long Beach Island attorney, admitted Thursday that in April 2018, he used the system to obtain information on an individual for personal reasons, Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley Billhimer said . In exchange for the plea to third-degree computer criminal activity, he faces non-custodial probation when he is sentenced in September. Traynor had to forfeit his job with the Long Beach Township Police Department along with any future public employment as a result of the plea. He has been suspended since his April 1 arrest.
Ocean County sergeant, lawyer arrested
A Long Beach Township police sergeant and attorney has found himself on the other side of the law.Sgt. Gerard Traynor, 52, is accused of accessing secure computer-based information … Read more