The former Irondequoit police officer who admitted to cyberstalking his ex-girlfriend is now accused of making calls to her from jail. Federal probation officers say he may have been plotting to do something criminal.

UPDATE:

News10NBC has new information about the former Irondequoit police officer who admitted to cyberstalking his ex-girlfriend.

According to court paperwork, William Rosica made nearly 1400 calls in the 40 days before he was arrested, including calls to the victim's work and the her pharmacy.

Earlier Friday, we reported that Rosica is also accused of calling his ex-girlfriend from jail but has not been charged for that.

Rosica is currently behind bars awaiting sentencing in the cyberstalking case.

ORIGINAL:

The former Irondequoit police officer who admitted to cyberstalking his ex-girlfriend is now accused of making calls to her from jail.

According to court records, there were three recorded phone calls between William Rosica and his ex.

Federal probation officers say he may have been plotting to do something criminal.

Rosica has not been charged for these new accusations. He's behind bars awaiting sentencing in the cyberstalking case and faces up to five years in prison.