An unemployed cabbie was convicted Thursday of stalking a Brisbane police officer in protest of his DUI arrest.
Prosecutors said Khalil Jaser called his arresting officer 152 times -- leaving 54 messages over three weeks -- following his July 28 bust on suspicion of misdemeanor DUI. Read More
The man suspected of DUI who allegedly phoned the arresting officer 152 times – leaving 54 messages over three weeks– is back in custody after police arrested him again on charges of skipping out on the start of his jury trial.
Despite not showing up for court Jan. 22, 48-year-old unemployed cabdriver Khalil Jaser of Burlingame was apparently not hiding. The activity on his Twitter account continued and GPS information showed some of the recent posts were made from his hometown. Read More
The man who allegedly avenged his DUI arrest in Brisbane last summer by calling the arresting officer 152 times — leaving 54 messages over three weeks — failed to show up to court Tuesday for the start of his jury trial.
However, Khalil Jaser, 48, of Burlingame appears to continue his activity on Twitter. Using an account under his name, tweets have threatened the Brisbane police officer; dozens of bizarre anti-Semitic rants have also been posted. Read More