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State snoopers disciplined for ‘Joe the Plumber’ inquiries

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Three top managers at the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services were suspended without pay for using state databases to spy on Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher of “Joe the Plumber” fame.

Helen Jones-Kelly, director, and Doug Thompson, deputy director of child support, were suspended without pay for a month. Fred Williams, an assistant director, received two weeks of unpaid suspension. Two other managers received written reprimands.

Erin Rosen, former Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway general counsel, was suspended in November for allegedly using state databases to access personal records of acquaintances.

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