Former Filer Man Facing Wiretapping Charges
BLACKFOOT, Idaho (AP) — A southeast Idaho district court judge has entered a not guilty plea on behalf of a former information technology director at Bingham Memorial Hospital who chose to remain silent in court.
Jack York appeared in 7th District Court Friday facing three felony counts of interception of wire, electronic or oral communication. Authorities say York recorded telephone calls made by former hospital director Robert Rosin and staff. The wiretapping allegedly occurred between June 2009 and August 2010. Bingham Memorial Hospital Chief Executive Officer Louis Kraml and two others were also indicted in July. Kraml in August pleaded guilty to second-degree stalking. Charges against the two others were later dropped.