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Tulsa County Employee Accused Of Stalking Ex-Wife In County Vehicle

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Michele Bomar, and Justin St. John, said her ex-husband is using his county suburban to stalk, harass and threaten them. Michele Bomar, and Justin St. John, said her ex-husband is using his county suburban to stalk, harass and threaten them.
John Bomar works in the Tulsa County engineering department and even ran for Tulsa County Commissioner, District 3 two years ago. John Bomar works in the Tulsa County engineering department and even ran for Tulsa County Commissioner, District 3 two years ago.
St. John says Bomar threatened him and followed him through parking lots, stores, his neighborhood. St. John says Bomar threatened him and followed him through parking lots, stores, his neighborhood.
TULSA COUNTY, Oklahoma -

A Tulsa County employee, accused of terrorizing his ex-wife and her new boyfriend while in a county vehicle on county time, is now being sued. Tulsa County Commissioners are also named in the lawsuit, accused of allowing the harassment.

John Bomar works in the Tulsa County engineering department and even ran for Tulsa County Commissioner, District 3 two years ago.

His ex-wife, Michele Bomar, and her boyfriend, Justin St. John, said he is using his county suburban to stalk, harass and threaten them.

Attorney Jim Hicks said, "Their employee is driving a county vehicle, harassing, chasing people at 100 miles an hour."

The couple has emergency protective orders against Bomar. In it, St. John writes, "Bomar continues to follow me in [a] Tulsa County vehicle."

"Citizens shouldn't have to go to court and have to get a protective order against a county employee for actions that occur while they're on the job in a county-logoed vehicle," Hicks said.

St. John took his troubles to county commissioners.

"They said they'd address it. They couldn't tell me anything further than that," he said.

A spokesperson for the commissioners said Bomar has been disciplined, but St. John said he's still being stalked. That's why he and his attorney filed the lawsuit for auto negligence against Bomar and commissioners.

In it, St. John says Bomar threatened him and followed him through parking lots, stores, his neighborhood - each "during the course and scope of his employment and while driving a county vehicle."

The most serious allegation involves Bomar following St. John at over 100 miles an hour in his county vehicle.

The lawsuit states, "Tulsa County gave...Bomar actual or implied consent to operate a Tulsa County vehicle with full knowledge...Bomar would...stalk, threaten and harass."

St. John said, "It's on taxpayer's time. Tulsa County's paid by taxpayers."

A Tulsa County spokesperson said the county is aware of the accusations but cannot comment on legal proceedings.

St. John said he has video of several of the stalking incidents, but the videos were not provided to News On 6.

Bomar declined to comment.

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