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Investigation continues of Rochester reporter facing invasion of privacy charges
Conor Brendan Makem, 45, of 5 West Concord St. in Dover, was charged with one count of falsification of physical evidence and a dozen counts of misdemeanor invasion of privacy.
Makem, who worked as a reporter for The Rochester Times — which is owned by Foster’s Daily Democrat — for the past decade, was terminated Thursday morning.
Police found probable cause to investigate child pornography and obscene matter and the interception and disclosure of telecommunications prohibited, according to the affidavits and warrants used to search Makem’s workspace, home and his seized electronic items — including computers, phones, camera and portable storage devices.
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