Former Meridian Police Officer Convicted of Wire Fraud

Former Meridian Police Officer Convicted of Wire Fraud A former Meridian police officer has been convicted of wire fraud, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today.
 
Terrell Thompson, was found guilty of wire fraud today by a jury after 25 minutes of deliberation in Judge Robert Bailey’s courtroom, Lauderdale County Circuit Court.  Thompson was convicted for forging a subpoena, while employed as a police officer, in order to obtain his wife’s phone records from AT&T.  
 
Judge Bailey set sentencing for March 28, 2013.  Thompson faces up to five years behind bars for the crime.
 
The case was prosecuted by Assistant Attorney General Stan Alexander and Special Assistant Attorney General Marvin Sanders and investigated by Roger Cribb of the Attorney General’s Public Integrity Division.