Top football referee arrested in UK on suspicion of 'hacking'

     A top football referee has been arrested by UK police on suspicion of hacking into another person's e-mail account. Dean Mohareb, 29, was due to take charge of Tuesday's Championship game between Barnsley and Peterborough United, but was taken into custody. Mohareb, of Stockport, Cheshire , is a senior member of the Football Association's Referees Department in his role as national referee development manager, the Daily Star reports It is understood the arrest was prompted by claims he had hacked into a colleague's email account, the report said. A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police said electrical items were also seized as part of a probe into "hacking and the dissemination of private information".

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