Wayne County, N.Y. --- A spokeswoman for the New York State Department of Corrections, which includes the parole office, tells 13WHAM News that Chad Rahn was pulled over for speeding in Wayne County on Monday.
Rahn was released from state prison in late May after serving just over a year for his conviction on a Computer Trespass charge. The former Irondequoit Police Officer used a police computer to gain the identity of a 9-1-1 tipster who was later assaulted by men Rahn had contact with.
Spokeswoman Carole Weaver said the Wayne County Sheriff's Office issued Rahn a warning after pulling him over and then contacted his parole officer because he had contact with law enforcement.
"The parole officer reminder him he is not to leave Monroe County without the permission of his parole officer," Weaver explained in an email. "He was not violated however."
A parole violation conviction could potentially send Rahn back to state prison.
Rahn's father Merritt is the former Greece Police Chief who was convicted in 2010 of crimes related to his role as head of that department. Merritt Rahn was denied parole last year and scheduled for another hearing in November.