Ex-Highland Park teacher charged with cyberstalking

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A Highland Park High School substitute teacher who was let go from his job has been charged with using a computer to make “disparaging rants” about the school.

40-year old Steven Habay is charged with felony cyber-stalking and harassment.

After habay was let go, his access to the school was revoked, police said.

That’s when he began posting rants related to the school and his release.

Police were able to track him down using his computer i-p address.

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