The former Auditor General of Wales has been arrested on suspicion of
possessing indecent images,
Jeremy Colman, 61, stood down from the Wales Audit Office last Wednesday
following an internal review “around matters of personal conduct”, confirmed the
office in a statement.
South Wales Police was called in the following day to investigate allegations
of pornography on a work laptop.
Colman was the first full time auditor general for Wales, where he oversaw
the annual audit of some £20bn of taxpayers’ money.
He has been bailed until March 3.
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