Inspector general: Baltimore City employee fired after he downloaded more than 4,000 sexually explicit images
By Baltimore Sun staff
Apr 30, 2019 at 12:13 AM
A Baltimore City employee was fired after the city's inspector general determined that he downloaded more than 4,000 sexually explicit images from the internet onto his work computer during regular work hours.
Inspector General Isabel Mercedes Cumming wrote in an investigative public synopsis released Monday that investigators substantiated the allegation by working with the Baltimore City Office of Information and Technology. They found that the images were downloaded in less than a month.
The Office of the Inspector General has spent months interviewing dozens of current and former employees of the Baltimore City Department of Transportation about the department’s workplace operations and morale under Director Michelle Pourciau.