NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A horrible mistake led to an accused stalker getting the most personal information about the alleged victim — with both saying the police are to blame.
Heather Parker thought an order of protection would keep her accused stalker away for good.
“I was scared, but just kind of doing OK,” she told CBS2’s Weijia Jiang.
Then, an unthinkable mistake — Parker said police pushed the accused stalker even closer.
“The person who threatened to kill me now has all of the information that I have been desperately trying to keep out of his hands,” she said.
The man Parker is talking about is William Green, 57, of Queens Village, who posted on Twitter: “Oddly, the NYC police who delivered OOP gave me her address, SS#, phone number, DOB that I did NOT have previously.”
A copy of the order or protection, OOP for short, included Parker’s…
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