GREENBELT, Md. (AP) — A former Montgomery County police officer accused of illegally using computers to help her drug-dealing fiance has pleaded guilty in the case.

Delores Culmer, 37, of Silver Spring pleaded guilty Wednesday to obtaining unauthorized information from protected government computers for her personal financial gain or commercial advantage.

According to a plea agreement, Culmer improperly accessed law enforcement databases on at least 20 occasions, including performing a “wanted persons” check on her boyfriend and a friend of her boyfriend’s.

Culmer faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine when she is sentenced June 13.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

Comments (9)
  1. michellefrommadison says:

    Another bad cop, are there any good ones anymore?

  2. joseph dreyfus says:

    hey assoles that run this service it states below name or e-mail when directions are followed you cry wrong error what gives

  3. bet you have a family member in jail says:


    1. michellefrommadison says:

      Actually, no I do not. However, I continues to be my mission to put criminals there where they belong. Got my last one going to jail just last night, just waiting on a scheduled meeting with the district attorney.

  4. Mike says:

    2 actually! One in New York during the 70’s and one in Jacksonhole, Wy.

    1. GroceryGurl.0 says:


      1. michellefrommadison says:

        “Bwahahahaha” is not even an actual word, at least not to educated people. 🙂

  5. GroceryGurl.0 says:

    To anyone under 30 it is, for you older folks to include the educated ‘michellefrommadison’, I should have said “By golly that was funny Mr. Mike, a real knee slapper”
    From now on worry about proofing your own educated posts as your lack of spelling/grammar skills is laughable.

    1. michellefrommadison says:

      Doesn’t change the facts, GroceryGurl.0, of the case or the fact you have been incorrect on your analogies and comments of this issue. You are a great example of how the lack of education does limit some people to understand even the basics of a multi-perplexing case study.

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