Sandra Brown, a former elections manager for Mesa County (Colorado) Clerk Tina Peters, was arrested on felony charges today of conspiracy to commit criminal impersonation and attempting to influence a public servant.
Brown is now the third person to face felony charges for trying to copy and release elections data related to the 2020 election. More from The Daily Sentinel:
In an affidavit in support of Brown’s arrest first obtained by The Daily Sentinel, a longtime investigator with the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office, James Cannon, wrote that Brown was involved from the beginning in an alleged scheme to make copies of election software during a routine “trusted build” in May 2021, and allegedly using someone else’s identity to do so.
Brown and others plotted their actions on a call in 2021, which was recorded by one of the participants. Read more at The Daily Sentinel.