NJ cop uses state database to track attractive motorist

Officer allegedly tapped into a state police computer system to learn the woman's identity


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VORHEES, N.J. — A veteran New Jersey police officer was charged with using a state database to track down a female motorist he found attractive, Camden County prosecutors said.

Vorhees police officer Jeffery Tyther, 44, allegedly tapped into a state police computer system to learn the woman's identity and then sent her repeated messages via Facebook.

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