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US guy charged with using Apple’s AirTags to stalk the victim

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A US man was detained by the police after it was discovered that he had installed Apple AirTags on a victim’s car to stalk them, according to the media.

Carl Steven Shaver, 63, was detained early on December 10 on charges of stalking and unauthorized GPS use. Follow For More Updates at

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According to court documents, the victim placed an AirTag on top of their spare tire on December 5 after being informed by their phone that their whereabouts had been monitored, according to Keloland Media Group.

The local police took the AirTag and stored it in evidence at the station after that.

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Shawver went to the neighborhood police station the following day in search of the patient, whom he claimed to be his wife.

According to the report, Shawver told police he had put the AirTag on the victim’s car because he thought the victim was having an affair at the station, which is why he was looking for them.

On December 7, the victim received a second notification via their phone that their activity had been recorded, and a second AirTag was later discovered on their car.

The court documents indicated that despite Shawver’s claim to police that he and the victim were married, the two had never been romantically involved, and the victim had stopped Shawver from calling or messaging them. For the latest news, follow us on Google News

With Apple’s Discover My app, the Apple AirTag is a little iPhone accessory that aids in keeping track of and finding the items that are most important, such as keys, wallets, purses, backpacks, luggage, and more.

It emits a secure Bluetooth signal that nearby units in the Discover My community may be able to detect.

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