“Substitute Sungis and Captain Jensen treated CCW licenses as commodities and found willing buyers. Bribe seekers must be reported to the district attorney’s office and will not be rewarded for compliance,” said District Attorney Jeff Rosen.
Moyer allegedly offered to donate hundreds of Apple products to the sheriff’s office in exchange for hidden gun licenses.
“The pledged donation of 200 iPads worth nearly $ 70,000 was spread after eleven o’clock on August 2, 2019, when Sung and Moyer learned of a search warrant executed by the District Attorney’s Office at the Sheriff’s Office, seizing all CCW license records,” the district prosecutor’s office.
Moyer’s lawyer, Ed Swanson, called the allegations “baseless.”
“Tom is a hard-working, honest man with a long history of serving his community and his homeland,” Swanson said in a statement to CNN Business. “A U.S. Navy veteran who served his country during the desert storm, Tom received a law degree and is a recognized attorney. Tom worked for Apple for 14 years, where he is currently head of global security. He was based on the belief that a good leader is ethical. and it models integrity and does not deserve to be tarnished by these baseless accusations. ”
Apple said it investigated the allegations and found no infringement.
“We expect all our employees to behave impeccably,” Apple spokesman Josh Rosenstock said in a statement. “After we learned the allegations, we conducted a thorough internal investigation and found no violation.”
Chuck Smith, Sung’s lawyer, said he wanted to fight the charges.
“My client was a dedicated civil servant who served the highest level of integrity and professionalism to his community,” Smith said. “We think he’s acquitted of all these charges.”
The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office said its officers were “held to the highest ethical and moral standards.”
“This is a difficult time for our organization, but our goal remains to provide the highest level of public safety for Santa Clara County residents,” the firm said in a statement to CNN Business. “The hundreds of men and women who represent the sheriff’s office continue to serve our community with compassion, honesty and integrity.”
Jensen’s lawyer did not respond immediately to the request for an opinion.
The defendants will be brought to justice on 11 January.