Information that has been obtained from a forensic examination of computer systems at Sarasota City Hall will be turned over to law enforcment, and the city commission has approved additional money for a more detailed investigation. So far, it appears as many as 100 emails that are required by state law to be archived are missing, with file corruption in the city IT system to blame. City Manager Bob Bartolotta and Deputy City Manager Marlon Brown’s computers each contained default files that were used to hold emails to investigate other employees. The files may or may not have included exempt information that shouldn’t have been released to them. That’s the nature of much of the information released so far — it may or may not show evidence of wrongdoing.