Two Police Chiefs Arrested in SJP Surrogate Case
Two police chiefs who allegedly planned a break-in at the home of Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick's surrogate in Ohio last month have been arrested, according to local news station WTOV.
Martins Ferry Police Chief Barry Carpenter and Bridgeport Police Chief Chad Dojack were booked into Belmont County jail last night, but it's unclear what the exact charges against them are. A third man was also arrested, and he's the son of the Bridgeport mayor.
Police claim that the men were trying to get info from the surrogate's home -- including SJP voice mails -- in order to sell what they gathered to a tabloid.
SJP and Matthew became proud parents of twin girls on June 23 when their surrogate gave birth.