Ex-policeman pleads no contest to GPS tracking | OJORNAL NEWS

WESTMINSTER,Calif. (AP) — A former Costa Mesa police officer has pleaded no contest to using GPS tracking to keep tabs on a girlfriend.

Westminster court records showed Monday that 31-year-old Aaron Paul Parsons entered the plea to misdemeanor unlawful use of an electronic device.

The police department-issued GPS tracking device was attached to the car of a 32-year-old woman he dated last year. Prosecutors say the woman became suspicious after they unexpectedly ran into each other several times.

The woman checked her car and found the device.

City News Service says Parsons,who faced up to six months in jail if convicted at trial,has been ordered to contribute to the Victim Witness Emergency Fund.

 

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