Police chief in Matthew Broderick and SJP case gets almost three years in prison

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Barry Carpenter, the former Ohio police chief who prosecutors alleged had broken into the home of Michelle Ross – the surrogate who carried Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick’s twins, Marion and Tabitha – was just sentenced to two years and eight months in prison. 

Last month Capenter was found guilty of the three felonies of receiving stolen property, theft in office and tampering with evidence after he testified that he took photos of a file that contained ultrasound pictures of Broderick and Parker’s twins. He denied, however, that he intended to sell the items to the paparazzi. 

Carpenter’s attorney says he’ll appeal the decision.

There’s been no comment yet from either of Broderick’s or Parker’s camps.

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