Texoma man accused of stalking ex with GPS tracker

Texoma man accused of stalking ex with GPS tracker

WICHITA FALLS, TX (TNN) - Wichita Falls Police say a Texoma man used a GPS tracker placed on the car of his ex-girlfriend to track her movements and stalk her for several months.

Police discovered the GPS tracking device placed on the frame of the victim’s car after she reported she was being stalked and harassed.

Jerry Bradshaw, 63, has been charged with Stalking, a 3rd Degree Felony.

Court Documents say Bradshaw was in a relationship with the victim, but that relationship ended in February 2018. After the breakup, Bradshaw began sending emails, text messages, and leaving voicemails on her phone that she felt were vulgar and harassing.

In November 2018, a friend of Bradshaw’s told the woman that he had placed a GPS tracking device on her vehicle. Police discovered the tracker still attached to the frame below the passenger side doors.

The victim had been documenting Bradshaw’s interactions and turned over 76 text messages and emails, eight videos of Bradshaw outside of her home, six videos showing Bradshaw following her car, five voicemails from Bradshaw and notes describing 24 incidents where Bradshaw followed her.

Bradshaw was arrested on January 11 by the Archer County Sheriff Office. As of Thursday afternoon, he does not appear on the Archer County or Wichita County Jail inmate rosters.

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