- Erica Capps, of Florida, was arrested Friday for allegedly stalking ex-boyfriend
- Victim said Capps showed up uninvited to four different places where he was
- Deputies said the victim found a GPS tracking device on his vehicle on Tuesday
- Capps was released from jail under condition she have no contact with victim
Erica Capps (pictured) was arrested on Friday on a stalking charge after allegedly planting a tracking device on her ex-boyfriend’s vehicle so she could keep track of him
A Florida woman was arrested on Friday for allegedly stalking her ex-boyfriend and planting a tracking device on his vehicle.
The victim told Seminole County Sheriff’s deputies that Erica Capps has showed up uninvited to four different places where he was.
He told police that Capps, who is the mother of his 18-month-old child, first tracked him while he was visiting a friend in September.
The victim said he received a message from Capps demanding he go outside the home, according to News 6.
Once the man was outside, Capps reportedly started yelling at him because he was at a woman’s home.
A month later, Capps allegedly showed up to the home of another friend of the victim’s uninvited.
During that incident, Capps reportedly got into an argument with her ex-boyfriend.
A few weeks ago, toward the end of October, the victim was shopping at Best Buy in Sanford when Capps approached him and wanted to know who he was with, according to News 6.
And the fourth incident occurred on at a Walgreens on November 8.
On Tuesday, the victim discovered a GPS tracking device (file image) on his vehicle. The same day, he filed a report with the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office. Capps was taken into custody on Friday and charged with stalking. She has since been released
The victim told authorities that he quickly left the store when he spotted Capps approaching him.
On Tuesday, the victim discovered a GPS tracking device on his vehicle. The same day, he filed a report with the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office.
Capps was taken into custody on Friday and charged with stalking.
She was later released on bond under the condition she have no contact with her ex-boyfriend.