Monroe deputies investigating superintendent’s devices

FORSYTH, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Monroe County sheriff’s deputies are investigating the school system’s superintendent, Anthony Pack, for possible “criminal or inappropriate” activities. 

Sheriff John Cary Bittick tells 41NBC he was contacted by school board chairman, J. Ray Grant, about the issue.  

Bittick adds investigators are looking into Pack’s school-issued iPad, iPhone, and desktop computer to see if Pack misused the technology or was hacked. 

41NBC reached out to Pack’s office, but we haven’t heard back. 

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