ENOCH CITY, Utah (AP) — An Enoch City councilman has been accused of intentionally gained access to computer property without permission.
The Spectrum newspaper reports that David Findlay Owens has been charged with one count of computer crimes for intentionally/knowingly gaining access to computer property without authorization.
The misdemeanor case was filed in Iron County Justice Court.
The 38-year-old Owens was elected to the Enoch City Council in 2015 after previously serving as the city recorder.
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He also owns a phone repair shop in Cedar City, but it’s unclear if the alleged incident involved the business.
Owens’ attorney declined comment on the case.
Information from: The Spectrum, http://www.thespectrum.com