Saint Jo Police Officer Accused of Following High School Student

Saint Jo Police Officer Accused of Following High School Student

A Saint Jo police police officer is under investigation after a high school student told school officials he had stopped her on more than one occasion, and that he'd been following her outside the city limits.

A Saint Jo police officer is on paid administrative leave while the Texas Rangers begin an investigation that involves a high school student.
Thirty-four year-old Steven Bret Nabors is charged with official oppression-- a Class A misdemeanor.
Arrest records show the student told authorities Nabors had stopped her several times since October 2013.
She said one time she had been speeding.
About a month later she said he pulled her over to advise her that her registration was about to expire but she was not issued a citation or warning for any offense.
The affidavit states -- a few months later he stopped her and said her turn signal was about to go out but she said when she got home it was working fine.
She told police a few days later he followed her outside of Saint Jo into Montague, ten days later to a steakhouse in Montague, then about a week later she said he followed her all the way to the Cooke County line.
The affidavit states Nabors told  investigators he didn't know the student and did not stop her for her turn signal or registration.
He also said he never followed her outside of the city.
The Texas Rangers are handling the investigation.
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