NEW ALBANY —
Oct. 29, 2012
Police were responded to the woman’s place of employment, a hair salon in New Albany. The woman told the officer that, despite the protective order she has against him, Conner had called her workplace and left a message for her to contact him because he needed to talk to her. The message had been recorded, and the recording was played for the officer. The officer then reached Conner on the phone and informed him that he had violated the protective order and that charges may be brought against him.
Dec. 10, 2012
The woman came to NAPD headquarters after discovering a Live Trac PT-10 GPS tracking device had been attached to her vehicle. She found the device as she heard it fall from a rear wheel-well of vehicle as she was leaving her home’s driveway.
She again told police she had an active protection order against Conner and that she suspects he may have placed the tracking device on her vehicle.
Dec. 24, 2012
New Albany police responded to Conner Custom Jewelers in regards to Conner refusing to leave. A female employee of the business said Conner was there acting aggressively and behaving rudely in front of customers. Officers noted in the report that the employee was obviously afraid of Conner.
The officer responded three days later to speak again with the employee. She told the officer that Conner had obtained a GPS tracking device from Bryan Conner in early December. Conner was to pay his son $300 for the device. The employee told police that she and Bryan Conner believe that Conner had placed the device on someone’s car and it had fallen off. The device, then in police custody, was shown to the employee and she identified it as the same device Conner received from his son.
The employee flied a protection order against Conner on Jan. 3.