Court Dates Set For Officers Involved In Sarah Jessica Parker Case

Court Dates Set For Officers Involved In Sarah Jessica Parker Case

USA Today reports that trial dates have been set for the two Ohio police chiefs accused ofbreaking into the home of Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick’s surrogate mother.

Martins Ferry Chief Barry Carptenter and Police Chief Chad Dojack were accused in June of snooping around the woman’s home and listening to phone messages with hopes of selling information to tabloids.

On Friday (Ocotober 16) a trial date for Carpenter was set for November 16 – Dojack’s trial date will be January 12 in Belmont Country Common Pleas Court. Both parties have plead not guilty.

The surrogate gave birth to Sarah and Matthew’s twins, Tabitha and Marion, on June 22 in Ohio.

Filed under: Matthew Broderick,Sarah Jessica Parker

Photo credit: Robyn Layton/AP

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  1. Amanda

    Serves those cops right. I hope they are found guilty and taken off the force. They had NO right to try and get any information on that poor woman who carried SJP’s daughters.

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