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Dakota County employee charged for sharing data on Mack, Kelly


A prosecutor alleges a Dakota County employee violated state privacy laws when he forwarded a confidential work e-mail to his home — a message that gave identifying details of two lawmakers who were cited after a park ranger found them “making out” in a parked car in Eagan.

Thomas Berry, 45, was one of 33 employees who received via e-mail an Aug. 26 report that detailed the “parks activity.” It included nine incidents and five names and other details such as dates of birth and addresses.

The new complaint does not name those included in the initial report that Berry received, but it does give initials of the five individuals who had run-ins with authorities.


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