Broward Adoption Judge's Former Foster Son, Accused of Stalking Him, Heads to Court
I responded to [the address] reference Harper and Gibbs causing a disturbance in front of the victim's house. Officers stopped the parties approximately 100 feet from the house. I met with the victim who stated his ex-foster son Harper was calling his house from a bogus number telling the victim to step out. The victim observed the parties across the street from his residence on the phone. The victim has documented several incidents involving Harper but no injunction was active. Harper nor Gibbs could explain their purpose for being around the victim's house. Both parties were arrested, transported.
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