Voorhees Township, Pennsylvania, police officer Jeffrey Tyther saw a pretty girl drive by him while he was on duty one day. He pulled up next to her and waved, but she just ignored him and drove off. That didn't deter Tyther. Prosecutors say he used a police database to find out the woman's name and tried to "friend" her on Facebook. When she ignored his request, he sent her an email identifying himself as a the police officer who waved at her. Tyther, a 14-year veteran of the force, has been charged with computer theft and violating the motor vehicle record law.
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