LUVERNE — A Luverne man faces a stalking charge for allegedly installing GPS tracking devices on a woman's vehicle and in her home.
According to the criminal complaint filed this week in Rock County District Court, Nathan C. Dunn, 46, admitted in an interview with law enforcement to purchasing the tracking device on Amazon and installing it into the victim's car. She had discovered the device in early May masked by black electrical tape. The device sent a GPS location to a remote cellular device.
According to the complaint, the victim reported finding a tracking device box in her home, which she brought to law enforcement on Aug. 9. She also provided copies of unwanted and repeated messages from Dunn.
Dunn faces gross misdemeanor stalking, which is punishable up to a year in jail and a $3,000 fine.
His conditional bail was scheduled at $1,000 and unconditional at $5,000. A court-ordered domestic abuse no contact order was signed, protecting the victim.