Sheriff Secretly Tracks Critic With GPS Tracker On CarColoradoan
May. 14, 2012
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Sheriff’s deputies secretly attached a GPS tracker to the truck of a vocal local government critic who they feared was planning to kidnap her son — and then tried and failed to retrieve it for four months.
Stacy Lynne found the device on her SUV earlier this month after growing suspicious that deputies were following her. Lynne has repeatedly tangled with the sheriff’s office and Fort Collins city officials over a variety of issues, including what she believes is a U.N. plot to take over local government and a child-custody battle that led to her arrest.
She looked for and discovered the tracker after several incidents in which she returned to her truck to find police nearby and thought they might have been following her.
As it turns out, they were.