FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – A Broward high school assistant principal is facing a hard lesson on the law.
Robert Herzog, who worked at Cooper City High, had a school police officer illegally run a license plate check on a man dating his ex-girlfriend for personal reasons, according to the Sun Sentinel.READ MORE: Commissioners Approve $2 Million Insurance Settlement In Surfside Condo Collapse
Herzog would often ask the school officer to run license plate checks for cars improperly parked on campus. Investigators said he abused the officer’s trust to get details on the other man.READ MORE: Potential Summer Surge Has Health Experts Urging Vulnerable People To Get 2nd COVID Booster
The 38-year-old is now facing a felony charge of “criminal use of personal information.”MORE NEWS: Ryder Trauma Center’s Medical Director Visits Ukraine To Train Physicians Dealing With Collateral Damage Of Russian Invasion
According to the school district, Herzog has been reassigned away from the school and students to an administrative location pending the outcome of the legal matter.