NEON director resigns amid pornography allegations

A Norwalk anti-poverty agency says police are investigating the alleged discovery of pornography on the office computer of their former finance director.The head of Norwalk

NORWALK - A Norwalk anti-poverty agency says police are investigating the alleged discovery of pornography on the office computer of their former finance director.

The head of Norwalk Economic Opportunity Now, or NEON, says Chip Anderson is facing the allegation. Anderson recently resigned his position.

News 12 Connecticut was not able to reach Anderson for a response to the allegations.

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