Investigation Leads Law Enforcement to CHP Officer’s Home in Shasta County

ANDERSON, Calif. (AP) – The Shasta County sheriff’s bomb squad has detonated several devices at the home of a California Highway Patrol officer as part of an ongoing investigation. The Redding Record Searchlight reports that deputies served a search warrant Tuesday at the Anderson home of CHP Officer Gary Harris in connection with an alleged crime at the CHP’s Redding office. Capt. Todd Morrison, commander of the CHP’s northern division investigative unit, would not say whether Harris is a suspect. He says the public was in no danger from the cylindrical-shaped devices that were destroyed by the bomb squad. No charges have been filed against Harris, a 21-year CHP veteran. CHP spokeswoman Fran Clader said Thursday that she could not provide further details. The agency said he was on assignment.


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