A US police chief has been found guilty of handling stolen items related to the pregnancy of Sarah Jessica Parker's surrogate twins.
Ohio police chief Barry Carpenter, 40, and another police chief, were accused of meeting with freelance photographers and offering them items concerning surrogate mother Michelle Ross' pregnancy including poems, photos, legal documents about the surrogacy agreement, and pictures of ultrasounds.
Carpenter was eventually found guilty of three of the six counts against him, of receiving stolen property, theft in office and tampering with evidence. He was found not guilty of burglary and unauthorised use of property or services.
The police chief's alleged accomplice, chief Chad M Dojack, 29, will be sentenced on December 10, and faces up to 10 years in prison. - Bang