Orange County News
Ex-cop pleads no contest to tracking ex on GPS
WESTMINSTER, Calif. (KABC) -- A former police officer pleaded no contest to keeping tabs on an ex-girlfriend by using a department-issued GPS tracking device.
Aaron Paul Parsons, a former Costa Mesa police officer, entered the plea on Monday to unlawful use of an electronic device. The 31-year-old was ordered to contribute to the Victim Witness Emergency Fund.
Prosecutors say a GPS tracking device was attached to the car of a 32-year-old woman Parsons dated last year. She became suspicious when they ran into each other several times, and then found the device.
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