Jury Finds LPD Officer Guilty

By: News 10
By: News 10

A veteran Lansing police officer is found guilty of using a police information system for personal use. Officer Lorien Williams faced four misdemeanor charges for improperly using LEIN, a system police use to check a person's background, like their driving record, or criminal history.
While she was found not guilty on three of the charges, she was found guilty of a charge relating to looking up information on her husband's drivers license number.
Williams was ordered to pay a fine of $100 and $200 in court costs. The 8-year LPD veteran will remain on paid leave, while the department continues its internal investigation.

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