WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. A scorned ex-boyfriend is accused of accessing his ex-girlfriend's phone and online dating accounts without her permission and using a GPS tracking device on her vehicle, police report. The ex has been charged with second-degree aggravated harassment and third-degree identity theft, police said.
Police gave the following account: The two White Plains residents dated for nine months. After breaking up with him, the woman created an account on Plenty of Fish, an online dating site. The next morning, April 29, she checked her account and noticed her profile picture was changed to one of her and her ex-boyfriend and that he had responded to over a dozen messages she had received, describing sexual acts and making offensive comments about her.
According to the report, he also created a Sprint.com account for her cell phone without her permission, thereby gaining access to her phone records.
The woman says he installed a GPS tracking device in her car that was connected to a remote starter that could be linked to a smart phone app. The woman told police she has disabled the device.
Police suggested she contact her personal accounts and advise her credit card companies to be on fraud alert because her ex-boyfriend has access to her sensitive information.
The woman also told police that he has access to firearms and was possibly affiliated with the Hell's Angels.
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