Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Man gets home detention for GPS tracking his ex-wife

A man who had a tracking and remote shutdown device planted in his former wife's car had an "adjustment disorder," according to his lawyer.

Christopher Robinson, 36, of Lower Hutt, was today found guilty on six charges of breaching a protection order and one charge of making a false statement.

He was sentenced to 6 months' home detention, to be served at his parents' home in Dannevirke.

Judge Stephen Harrop called the offending "insidious" and "cunning".

Rest at Dominion Post dated 23 November 2010.