Officers from the Cary Police Department arrested a Georgia man on outstanding warrants for multiple counts of violating and order of protection and cyberstalking on Wednesday.
The Cary Police Department arrested Logan Brabbs, 22, of Dallas, Georgia, about 3:15 p.m.
Police said that Brabbs violated an active order of protection on multiple occasions between March and May.
Officers and Investigators obtained arrest warrants for Brabbs, who was believed to be living in Georgia.
Earlier Wednesday, an investigator from the Cary Police Department spoke with Brabbs on the telephone.
Brabbs, who was wanted on several arrest warrants issued in McHenry County, told the investigator he was driving to Illinois from Georgia to turn himself in at the McHenry County Jail.
Officers closely monitored a location which was entered as a protected address on the order of protection because they were concerned with Brabbs’ motives.
They located Brabbs in his vehicle near the protected location, in violation of the order of protection.
When searching the vehicle Brabbs was driving, Cary police officers found a loaded pistol magazine and loose ammunition. No firearms were located on Brabbs or inside the vehicle.
He was arrested and charged with: one count of cyberstalking, eight counts of a violation of an order of protection and one count of unlawful possession of firearm ammunition.
Brabbs was transported to the McHenry County Jail where he currently is confined.