Thursday, March 2, 2017

(UPDATED) Irondequoit, NY Cop Arrested, Charged with Cyberstalking, Tormenting Ex-Girlfriend


Irondequoit, NY Police officer William Rosica


Irondequoit, NY Police officer William Rosica arrives in U.S. Federal District Court in Rochester, NY for a detention hearing (Photo Twitter)


I was in U.S. District Court in Rochester, NY this morning, when an Irondequoit, NY cop appeared for a detention hearing.

Saying that the evidence against officer Rosica suggests he waged "a campaign of abuse and terror", U.S. District Magistrate Judge Jonathan Feldman looked at Irondequoit, NY Police officer William Rosica, and denied him bail.

That means Rosica, a 13-year veteran of the Irondequoit, NY Police Department, will be held in custody, until his trial.

In court, Federal prosecutor Melissa Marangola outlined the government's case against Rosica, which includes Rosica stalking his ex-girlfriend both in person, driving by her house, conducting surveillance on her as she got a haircut, and also stalking her using computers, which he used to send her harassing emails, and messages, many from anonymous email accounts he would set up.

According to Marangola, officer Rosica tried hacking into his ex-girlfriend's personal and work email accounts, as well as her phones a total of 282 times.

Marangola told Judge Feldman that officer Rosica even sent his ex-girlfriend messages telling her she should kill her self and went as far as sending her links on ways how to commit suicide.

Also in court, it was revealed that officer Rosica's own brother, a priest in Toronto, Canada, contacted prosecutors telling them his brother should not be released from custody.

Prosecutor Melissa Marangola also told Judge Feldman that several law enforcement officials have contacted her office since Rosica's arrest, saying he has stalked women before.

One of those law enforcement officials told prosecutors that Rosica stalked another girlfriend in 2009, in the exact same fashion.

The law enforcement officer who contacted prosecutors is related to that woman.

In court, prosecutor Melissa Marangola said a law enforcement official told Federal prosecutors that he warned the Irondequoit, NY Police Department years ago, that if they hired Rosica, "they would regret it."

I will be updating this story.


By Davy V.

A veteran Irondequoit, NY Police officer has been arrested and charged with cyberstalking.

According to the U.S. Attorney's office in Rochester, NY, 50'year old William Rosica launched a "year long campaign to harass and torment" his ex-girlfriend.


According to court papers, the staking began after Rosica's ex-girlfriend ended their three-year long relationship.

Prosecutors say Rosica targeted his ex-girlfriend with text messages, emails, and phone calls.

According to prosecutors, Irondequoit, NY Police officer William Rosica tried to hack his ex-girlfriend''s work email as well her online medical system accounts.

Prosecutors  officer Rosica also targeted his ex's ex-husband and her co-workers.

Court papers state that in a meeting with his ex-girlfriend, Irondequoit, NY Police officer William Rosica told her, "Either I let you walk away and we live our separate lives or short of killing you, I destroy every aspect of your life. You tell me what I should do."

The federal criminal complaint against officer Rosica also states that he called his ex-girlfriend a liar, a skank, and even urged her to to kill herself.

Officer Rosica is facing federal charges which include cyberstalking and unlawful access to a protected computer.

He was arraigned Thursday morning and is being held in custody until a detention hearing Friday morning in Federal Court.

Rosica faces five years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted.

Check The Davy V. Blog for more updates on this story.



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