Huntington residents want the city to come up with tougher regulations to make sure city employees cannot access pornography on the job. This comes after Police Chief Tom Emely filed charges against Officer Melbourne Hunnicutt alleging conduct unbecoming of an officer and neglect of duty for looking at pornography while on the job. He allegedly looked at pornography on city computers while on the clock for a three week period starting in May of this year. Now the city may fire Hunnicutt. Tom Nightenhelser owns a local shop aimed at teenagers. He is also president of the local chapter of Jaycees which aims to be a positive influence on youth. He is angry about the charges and wants tougher regulations and guidelines from the city to make sure it does not happen again. "Its shameful, its embarassing," Nightenhelser said. Huntington County has nothing to do with Hunnicutts case, but the city and county do share an IT department. The countys computers cannot access pornography. The citys computers were able to. Many residents expressed disappointment at charges an officer would look at pornography on the job, saying that is private and should be done at home on personal computers. Nightenhelser met with local politicians at the Optimist Club where he discussed the possibility of tougher guidelines on both the city and county levels. "If nothing else, something good is coming out of this from a city and county perspective." Officer Hunnicutt could not be reached for comment. Legally Hunnicutt can request a hearing before the Board of Public Works & Safety regarding the charges.