Police Investigated for Break In at Home of Sarah Jessica Parker's Surrogate

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How crazy is this?

Two Ohio police chiefs are under investigation for breaking in to Sarah Jessica Parker's surrogate's home, in an attempt to get information to sell to the tabloids.

A local source told UsMagazine.com that the two police chiefs, Chief Barry Carpenter of Martins Ferry and Bridgeport Chief Chad DoJack, broke into the woman's home in May, looking for juicy goods to sell to a tabloid. Interestingly enough, it was the mag that then turned the crooked cops into authorities after discovering how the material was obtained.

 Chief Carpenter insists the charges are unfounded. "I'm 100 percent innocent in this and my department is as well," he told a news station.

Matthew Broderick's publicist, Simon Hall, released this statement: "Matthew and Sarah Jessica have complete faith in the legal system. But because it's a criminal investigation, we will not be making any more comment. What I can say is the entire family looks forward to the healthy delivery of their daughters later on this summer."

Man, what is this world coming to? Police breaking into people's houses to sell info to crappy tabloids? Makes me just want to go back to bed.

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