Pinal County Released Mountain of Un-Redacted Public Records to PCSO Detective Suing the County, and Now Pinal Officials Want it All Back

It appears that Pinal County released a mountain of public records to Sheriff's Deputy Andrew Goode -- about a years' worth of e-mails between Paul Babeu and several members of his command staff on a CD -- without typical redaction.


And now, an attorney representing the county wants to know what Goode has done with the CD.

The attorney, Jim Jellison -- who hasn't returned New Times' calls -- is demanding that Goode give it back.

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Monica Alonzo
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