Georgia sheriff's deputy fired, accused of stalking women

Authorities say a suburban Atlanta sheriff's deputy accused of stalking a woman and her daughter has now been fired after two more women said he did it to them, too. / Photo: MGN Online

Authorities say a suburban Atlanta sheriff's deputy accused of stalking a woman and her daughter has now been fired after two more women said he did it to them, too.

WSB-TV reports Rockdale County Sheriff's deputy James Campbell was fired Monday afternoon.

Campbell had been arrested and charged with stalking last month after a woman told authorities he came to her home to harass her even though she texted him saying not to contact her or her daughter.

Now, sheriff's spokeswoman Yolande Lovingood-Moore says another woman and a 17-year-old also accused Campbell of stalking. No charges were filed as of Monday in the latest cases.

Campbell became a certified deputy in 2016. WSB-TV went to his home, but no one came to the door.

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