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Governor Corbett’s Son-In-Law Reported Under Investigation by the FBI

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:  The son-in-law of Gov. Tom Corbett, a narcotics officer with the Philadelphia Police Department, is under investigation by the FBI and was removed from the street today, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.

The Philadelphia Police department confirmed that a narcotics officer was taken off the street and placed on administrative leave Thursday, following the results of an FBI and Internal Affairs investigation. The department said it would not identify the officer because he had not been arrested or formally charged.

The Philadelphia Inquirer, citing anonymous sources, identified the officer as Gerold Gibson, Mr. Corbett’s son-in-law. Mr. Corbett, attending a Chamber of Commerce event in Philadelphia late Thursday, left without speaking to the media.

Officer Gibson is married to Mr. Corbett’s daughter, Katherine, who works as a deputy attorney general in the Philadelphia office making $69,700. She started in March of 2012, and as of late last year she was assigned to the office’s Drug Strike Force section.

Previously, she had been employed by the Philadelphia District Attorney’s office. She and her husband, who live in Northeast Philadelphia, have a one-year-old son.


2 Comments to “Governor Corbett’s Son-In-Law Reported Under Investigation by the FBI”

    Angie said:
    February 1, 2013 at 6:54 AM


    HowIgnorantRU? said:
    February 1, 2013 at 11:39 AM

    Interesting web of the family in the same government structure.

    As far as the headline, hope someone is checking facts. Although I detest much of this governor's ideas and operative methods, I think there's a hint of sensationalism in "breaking" this story early.

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