More Charges against a Kingsley Resident

A Kingsley man faces additional charges in a case of stalking a former girlfriend.
54 year old James Dunn was the chief of police in Kingsley when he was arrested by the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation. He is now on administrative leave.
According to court documents, Dunn is now charged with 12 additional counts, related to misuse of a law enforcement database for his personal use. Dunn is accused of using the database to access information on a former girlfriend, her boyfriend, and two others. The total number of charges include 14 counts of unauthorized access to or Dissemination of Criminal History Data, two counts of stalking, both Class D felonies, and three counts of Misconduct in office, misdemeanors.
A preliminary hearing on the charges will take place Monday, March 20, in Plymouth County District Court.