Lee subsequently reed ahead of being fired and was prosecuted. In the video, Lee can be heard flirting with a female driver and the passenger he later photographed.
He drove to a street by her house, told her his camera was shut off, made comments about her legs and breasts, then reminded her he could still give the driver of the car a ticket, the records show. Craig Cvetan said Monday. The video was discovered during a routine patrol check of dash-cam recordings.
As the investigation continued, the patrol found two postings Lee made on Craigslist. He pleaded guilty to four counts of violating the civil rights of female motorists and one count of cyberstalking involving threatening messages sent to the passenger. A message was left with his attorney Monday.
The attorney, Jonathan Tyack, argued for probation instead of prison last year, saying Lee had been involved in counseling and was unlikely to break the law again, according to court records. Associated Press Writer Kantele Franko contributed to this report.
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