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Chula Vista man on bail in impersonation of police officer now arrested in stalking

April 25, 2011 |  3:12 pm

Kevin Kenniston A Chula Vista man, already charged with impersonating a police officer in making phony traffic stops on women, has been arrested on suspicion of stalking a former girlfriend, violating a temporary restraining order and trying to break into her home.

Kevin Kenniston, 41, out on bail on the earlier charges, was arrested Monday. An ex-girlfriend told police that he had stalked her and telephoned her despite a court order to stay away from her, the police said.

The girlfriend's 11-year-old daughter "frantically reported" that he had tried to enter the home that she and her mother share, police said.

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Photo: Kevin Kenniston. Credit: Chula Vista Police Department

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