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Asked on: 5/18/13, 2:37 pm

I was arrested for prostitution,identity theft. During a search of my property the police officer found some names and personal info written down about persons other then myself. No credit card info, social security numbers, or any thing other then First, last name, address and DOB was found. The following day the officer starting calling those who's name he found and asking them if they had given permission for someone to obtain their info. The officer also disclosed I was arrested for prostitution. I know he can inquire about the info I had but can he really disclose charges not relating to the assumed "identity theft", charge? I feel as if he is slandering my character by disclosing personal info about my arrest.

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