Florida Police Officer Arrested for Stalking

A Florida police officer was arrested for Stalking, Official Misconduct, and Accessing Computers Without Authority in Gainesville. Adam Treinen is accused of acting like a University of Florida student to gain access to a real student’s personal information on the university’s computer network. Police say Treinen also used his restricted access to utilize databases only officers can see to conduct searches on the student and his ex-girlfriend. He is on administrative leave until further investigation can be completed.

To be convicted of 2008->Ch0784->Section%20048#0784.048″target=”_blank”>Misdemeanor Stalking in Florida, the police officer would have to:

Willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly
follow, harass, or cyberstalk this student.

If convicted, the officer could face one year in jail.

If you have any questions about stalking charges in Jacksonville, call our Jacksonville Criminal Attorneys at (904) 634-0900.