In March of 2018, we reported on Joshua Quick, who is accused of tracking his ex-girlfriend with a GPS device, knowing she had an order of protection against him. Before the Grand Jury even returned his indictment, he fled the state to Colorado and start a new life. Late Sunday he night was escorted back to Nashville to answer to the charges.
Joshua Dane Quick (aka @Quick1 on IG) wasn’t so quick when he was taken into custody Saturday, while wearing his General Manager name badge at a business near Crested Butte, CO at a ski resort. He was surprised to be found. His mother attempted to keep him hidden, and interfered with attempts to locate him and was anything but ladylike to U.S. Marshalls and those attempting to locate him.
Below is the story detailing his charges from March of last year. He is currently held without bail in the Metro Jail.
Joshua Quick was arrested on Tuesday for violating an order of protection, once again. The first violation resulted from him installing a GPS tracker on the vehicle of his ex-girlfriend, and the new violation stems from him attempting to contact his victim, despite knowing the OOP was in place.
Here’s what happened:
The victim was having her vehicle serviced at an auto care business when the employees discovered a GPS tracking device underneath her vehicle. The device was turned into police, and a subpoena was submitted to the manufacturer, SpyTech Inc, for owner information associated with the device. The response from SpyTec Inc provided the order summary which listed the defendant (Joshua Quick) as the person who bought the device, it was shipped to his address, and the subscription was billed to him. Warrants were then issued for his arrest.
Here’s the Charges:
- Order of Protection Violation (x2)
- Motor vehicle tracking device
He bonded out to his Village Way address.
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