Georgia Couple Accused of 'Stalking' Cop They Caught Speeding

A Georgia couple appeared before a judge Wednesday to answer charges that they allegedly stalked a police officer whom they caught speeding in their neighborhood.

Lee and Teresa Sipple set up a $1,200 system of video cameras and radar outside their home to catch speeders driving through their Bartow County neighborhood, the Cartersville Daily Tribune reports.

The couple clocked Kennesaw police officer Richard Perrone allegedly speeding 17 miles over the speed limit, the Daily Tribune reported.

When the couple called police, they were informed that Perrone would be pressing charges against the couple for stalking.

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