Creek cop charged with using police computer to track woman


COCONUT CREEK — A Coconut Creek law enforcement officer has been criminally billed for allegedly making use of his law enforcement laptop or computer to keep track of down a lady whom he wanted to meet at her home.

Police Officer Scott Hysell, 41, is accused of employing his law enforcement obtain to identify and satisfy the unknown woman in October.

In accordance to the incident report, Hysell accessed the facts “via a personal computer outside the scope of his obtain legal rights and exceeded his authorization for use as a law enforcement officer. He did this willfully and with expertise that these accessibility is unauthorized or the manner of use exceeded authorization.”

The report also claimed Hysell “then utilized his police authority to enter a gated community and go to the victim’s house.”

The victim, according to the report, is “in dread of retaliation for reporting the incident.”

Hysell has been charged with felony use of individual details and offenses towards pc consumers.

The Coconut Creek Police Office mentioned Hysell has been used due to the fact December 2013 and was earning $69,931. He’s been positioned on unpaid leave.

The president of the police union, Rod Skirvin, would say Thursday only that the situation is less than investigation and he couldn’t remark further.

Hysell’s legal protection lawyer, Mike Dutko, claimed he could not remark.

Lisa J. Huriash can be attained at [email protected] or 954-572-2008. Adhere to on Twitter @LisaHuriash


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