MARTINS FERRY, Ohio (AP) -- A special prosecutor says he is reviewing findings of an investigation of two eastern Ohio police chiefs accused of illegally digging for tabloid material.
State agents have been looking into allegations that the chiefs illegally entered a home in May to obtain information about a woman carrying twins for actors Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick. The surrogate mother was not home at the time.
Harrison County Prosecutor T. Shawn Hervey tells The Associated Press charges will go before a grand jury next week if he deems appropriate.
The surrogate gave birth at a Martins Ferry hospital in June.
The police chiefs, from Martins Ferry and adjoining Bridgeport, have remained on duty. Neither was available for comment Wednesday. Both have declined to comment previously.
(This version CORRECTS Hervey says he is reviewing case and will send to grand jury if charges arise and that police chiefs are accused of digging for tabloid material.)
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