ROCKDALE COUNTY, Ga. - A Rockdale County deputy was arrested over the weekend, charged with stalking a woman and her daughter.
Channel 2 Action News obtained the arrest warrants detailing Deputy James Campbell's alleged crimes.
It all stemmed from a complaint a woman filed with the Office of Professional Standards May 19.
The victim told authorities 56-year-old Campbell showed up to her home to harass her after she sent him a text message saying "to no longer contact her or her daughter or come by their house."
When he didn’t stop, she sent another text and he showed up again.This time, he parked his car in front of their driveway, partially blocking them in.
Scared, the victim filed a complaint stating she and her daughter felt intimidated because Campbell was a law enforcement officer.
We did some digging and learned this was not the first time Campbell was investigated by his own department.
Sources told Channel 2 Action News Campbell, who became a certified deputy in the fall of 2016, has had multiple disciplinary action reports for code of conduct, emergency vehicle policy and citizen complaints.
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