The lawyer positioned four GPS monitoring gadgets on automobiles within the sample of stalking

09/01/2022, 3:00 p.mUpdated on 09/01/2022

Through: News 12 employees

Bergen County Attorney Mark Musella has announced the arrest of a Wyckoff man for stalking.

According to prosecutors, an individual reported to Haworth Police on August 23 that his vehicle had a GPS tracking device.

Prosecutors say their investigation found Brett Halloran, who is employed as a lawyer, was responsible for installing four GPS tracking devices on vehicles to repeatedly and continuously track an individual.

Halloran was charged with fourth degree stalking. After an initial appearance before the Central Trial Court in Hackensack on August 26, he was conditionally released.

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