A court-appointed expert will take a closer look at a computer hard drive owned by former Parsippany Police Capt. James Carifi. He agreed last Friday to allow his hard drive to be examined, according to the Daily Record.
Carifi became the subject of a Parsippany police internal affairs probe, in which the township claims that he "manipulated" data on municipal computers, stole 957,342 pages of police information—including confidential information about residents not suspected of committing crimes—and transferred police documents to his personal email.
attorney John Inglesino said the township’s goal is to get its property
returned and their view is that Carifi “committed serious acts of wrongdoing
and he did not retire from Parsippany in good standing,” according to the Daily