|Published:||Apr 16, 2010 12:38 AM EDT|
|Updated:||Apr 16, 2010 12:38 AM EDT|
COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. - WINK News is reporting new details about a former Collier County deputy accused of stalking an ex-girlfriend.
Brandon Roysden made his first appearance in court Thursday.
Brandon Roysden is accused of stalking his ex-girlfriend. WINK News spoke with his estranged wife who said she is not surprised because he did the same thing to her.
Brandon Roysden is behind bars for allegedly stalking his ex-girlfriend. She was too afraid to go on camera, but WINK News spoke with her mother. She said Roysden was obsessive - following her daughter, calling 20 times a day, going through phone records, and prowling around their home.
"Based on my review of the allegations, the court finds he is a danger to the community and bond in this case is 25,000 dollars," a judge ordered.
Before this charge, Roysden got into other trouble - causing him to lose his job as a deputy. That incident, involved his estranged wife.
This is her mother: "I'm very scared of him."
In court, she told the judge Roysden broke into her house last weekend looking for his soon-to-be ex-wife.
"I was so terrified. I was crying and screaming."
Months ago, Roysden allegedly plotted to have his estranged wife tied up and kidnapped. He was going to save her and be haled as a hero. In an internal affairs report, witnesses say he called it 'the perfect crime'.
Roysden's ex-girlfriend and her mother have restraining orders against him. His estranged wife has an injunction filed against him.
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