Police officer arrested for pulling over teenager on several occasions and following her homeBy Mason White 10:41 AM July 25, 2014
|Steven Bret Nabors|
By: Hydar Tomar
A police officer in Texas, was arrested after he was accused of stalking a teenager.
The high school student filed a complaint with the Saint Jo Police Department, after one of their officers stalked and stopped her on several occasions.
34-year-old Steven Bret Nabors, is on paid administrative leave while the allegations are being investigated. Nabors was charged with official oppression and was released after posting $1,500 bond.
The 18-year-old victim told authorities that Nabors pulled her over three times, when she drove past Saint Jo. The first time she was pulled over for speeding, she admitted her crime.
About a month later, the officer stopped her again to notify her that her registration was about to expire, but she was not issued a citation or notice of any crime.
The teen said that officer Nabors followed her from Saint Jo to a steakhouse in Montague. Then about a week later, he allegedly followed her to the Cooke County.
A few weeks later, when the victim was in the area again, the officer stopped her and said that her turn signal was about to stop working. When she arrived home and inspected her signal light it was in perfect working condition.
The officer was arrested, but denied knowing the teen and he denied all the allegations.