Friday, March 20, 2015

Sun Valley Mayor Accused of Stalking, Violating Protection Order in Case Involving Former Fiancee'

Posted By on Fri, Mar 20, 2015 at 10:34 AM

click to enlarge Dewayne Briscoe
  • Dewayne Briscoe
A nasty lawsuit between the mayor of Sun Valley and his former fiancee is heading to a jury trial.

This week's Idaho Mountain Express reports that the trial, set to begin Tuesday, April 28, centers on Dewayne Briscoe's loan to former fiancee Leslie Little. Briscoe claims he lent Little a total of $106,000 on two occasions, but she has only repaid $65,000. Little insists that the debt has been forgiven.

Additionally, Little accuses Briscoe of invading her privacy by allegedly tapping her phone and logging onto her computer. Further, she says Briscoe engaged in "physical stalking" for months between the fall of 2014 and the spring of 2014, according to the Mountain Express. Little points to five police reports filed with the Ketchum Police Department that allege Briscoe violated a protection order.

The Mountain Express reports that an outside judge, Jonathan Brody, of Minidoka County, has been brought in to hear the case.

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