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A source has told ranSACkedmedia the work computers of several Twin Rivers School officials were recently seized in relation to an ongoing investigation by the Sacramento District Attorney’s office.
School District Superintendent Frank Porter and Associate Superintendent Rob Ball’s computers were reportedly seized on Friday, and Deputy Superintendent Dr. Ziggy Robeson’s computer was seized sometime over the weekend. Investigators also conducted a search at the Twin Rivers Information Technology building; home to the computer servers for the entire district.
The same source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, says that a fear of retaliation now exists at the embattled district and that employees fear being targeted for suspension for talking to the media.
Earlier this month, the Twin Rivers Board of Trustees was asked to vote on a confusing resolution that would have absolved Frank Porter and his staff of any wrong doing in relation to his actions over the past four years. The resolution was removed from the agenda of the meeting which it would have been discussed at the last minute, but questions remained as to the reasoning behind its creation in the first place.
Last month, allegations of illegal activity within the district were raised by a several employees of the organization. Porter has since announced that he plans to retire at the end of June.