FBI & Local Police Search Bridgeport Home
Written by Nicole Porter
Last updated on April 04, 2013 @ 2:17PM
Created on April 03, 2013 @ 6:31PM
Various local and federal law enforcement agencies were searching a home in Bridgeport on Wednesday.
Details are very slim at this time, but a FBI spokesperson confirmed that they were at a home in the area. Fairmont State University police and the Bridgeport Police Department were also on hand at the Rosewood Place home.
The spokeswoman we talked to said she could not provide any further details at this time because it's an active investigation.
Connect-Bridgeport is reporting that it appears to be the home of David Tamm. Tamm was the vice president and chief information officer of Fairmont State University who was placed on leave a few months ago because of an investigation.
Background Information Fairmont State University Official On Leave, Under Investigation:
A Fairmont State University official is on unpaid administrative leave amid an investigation which may involve the FBI. David Tamm was placed on administrative paid leave on January 28th amid this investigation and was later moved to unpaid administrative leave as of last Thursday, according to Fairmont State University.
The information surrounding the investigation is unknown at this time. Fairmont State University says the investigation is being conducted by campus police and at this time it is unknown if Tamm or anyone has been charged. Tamm has served as vice president and the university's chief information office since September of 2009. He was hired in 2005 as the director of network security and servers. With the investigation in the early stages and little information known, it is leaving students on campus wondering why they are being left in the dark. Click Here to read more.
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