LINCOLN — Police have arrested a 59-year-old Lincoln man, saying they suspect him of bugging his 90-year-old mother's phone.
The man was arrested Thursday night on suspicion of unlawful interception of communications.
Officer Katie Flood, a police spokeswoman, said the man's sister called police on March 28 to report that she had found a recording device connected to her mother's phone line and recognized her brother's voice recorded on the device.
Police said a letter written by the man to his sister demands documentation of his mother's savings and threatens the sister with legal repercussions if she stands between him and his mother. — AP
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