By Kaylyn Christopher
Times West Virginian
A federal judge has approved the sale of the home of a former Fairmont State University administrator who’s been the target of an ongoing investigation.
The home of David Tamm, a former employee of Fairmont State University, has been approved for sale by U.S. District Court Judge Irene M. Keeley. According to media reports, Keeley approved a civil motion filed in federal court for the sale of the Bridgeport home after an exhaustive investigation.
In late January, Tamm, who formerly served as the vice president and chief information officer at FSU, was placed on unpaid administrative leave.
Ann Booth, director of communications for the institution, confirmed Tuesday that Tamm’s employment with FSU has been terminated. She was unable to confirm the exact date of the termination.
Tamm first joined the university in 2005 as the director of network security and servers and had been overseeing the information technology department since 2009.
In April, a federal search warrant was issued by Magistrate Judge James Seibert on Tamm’s property.