Authorities: Former Lubbock-Cooper ISD Employee Stalked Co-Worker Online
A former Lubbock-Cooper Independent School District employee is facing charges of online harassment and stalking.
KAMC 28 reports 38-year-old Jason Burreson, a former food service worker for the school district, impersonated the LCISD superintendent and posted racy photos of another employee online.
Burreson was terminated in the spring semester of the 2012-13 school year. Court documents indicate Burreson was terminated for sending “personal and inappropriate messages” to a female subordinate via his work email and on a district-owned computer.
After he was terminiated by the district, Burresson allegedly used Facebook and Craigslist to claim he had been fired after filing a sexual harassment claim with his supervisor against a female subordinate.
After his arrest Burreson’s posted bond and was released. Online harassment and stalking are both third-degree felonies punishable by up to two to 10 years in prison.