SC DJJ employee charged with wiretapping

November 14, 2013 


— A woman who works at the S.C. Department of Juvenile Justice was charged with wiretapping after she is alleged to have secretly recorded a conversation in the DJJ’s Inspector General’s office that she was not a party to, the State Law Enforcement Division reported Thursday.

Leann Cudd, 29, of Irmo was working as an administrative assistant Sept. 23 when she allegedly slipped her iPhone under the closed door of the Inspector General’s office and recorded a conversation between two DJJ employees, according to a SLED news release.

According to SLED, Cudd admitted making the recording. No details about the topic or motive for the act was given.

Cudd was being held at the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center Thursday.

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