Former Deputy Pleads Guilty After Misusing Police Database

Robert Hendrix was sentenced to six years probation and 120 hours (15 eight-hour days) of community service that needs to be completed in the next three years.
In 2016, Hendrix was investigated for using Justice Exchange for a private investigation service.
According to the arrest affidavit, Justice Exchange is a database that allows law enforcement to obtain sensitive information like social security numbers, addresses, drivers license photos and date of birth.
Hendrix was investigated for using a Benton County Sheriff’s Office account for Justice Exchange for his private investigation service called One Twin Legal Services. When questioned by the Benton County Sheriff’s Office, Hendrix admitted to using the service for personal gain. Hendrix was fired from the Benton County Sheriff’s Office in 2014 and continued to use his BCSO login for Justice Exchange. Records show Hendrix was charging customers $100 to look up information on Justice Exchange.


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