The American police officer known as an “AirTag stalker” was indicted and dismissed Wednesday (8) following an investigation uncovered by an investigation. He had secretly installed two Apple trackers in his ex-girlfriend’s car.. Detection of AirTags became possible as one of the electronic tags started to give audible warnings.
27-year-old police officer Javier Magarin has been deported on charges of tracking down and illegally using a tracking device. According to investigators, the AirTag found in his girlfriend’s car was now registered in the personal email of the former Miami-Dade Northwest Area patrol officer.
Understand the story of the AirTag follower
Magarin and his wife went through a complicated separation in March of this year that resulted in the police officer’s girlfriend leaving his home. However, a few hours after the move, his companion began to hear the beeping of the tracking alert inside Apple’s car. Confronted with him, Magarin denied having implanted the device and was unable to locate that device in any way.
While the sound continued, his girlfriend continued to press. until the police confessed to putting the tag under a rug in the trunk.. However, the woman continued to receive another AirTag alert, this time on her cell phone. So he decided to report the incident directly to the police station where Magarin was working.
Detectives examined the vehicle extensively and found another AirTag at the rear, inside the bumper, affixed with some kind of strong adhesive tape. The court revealed the subpoena tracking device purchased by Magarinand that your personal email is registered.
Rear camera: 12 MP (f/1.6, 26mm, 1.7µm) + 12 MP (f/2.2, 65mm, 1/3.4″, 1.0µm) + 12 MP (f/2.4, 120˚, 13mm, 1/3.6″) + TOF 3-dimensional
Front camera: 12 MP (f/2.2, 23mm, 1/3.6″) + SL 3D
Video: 4K@24/30/60fps, 1080p@30/60/120/240fps
Source: Tec Mundo