IDAHO: New Charges For Former GOP State Chairman After June Arrest For Stalking And Public Masturbation

The Idaho Statesman reports:

Former Idaho GOP chairman and lobbyist Jonathan Parker now has three pending criminal charges. The latest charge, misdemeanor unlawful entry, stems from Parker allegedly entering a woman’s Meridian home without her consent.

Parker pleaded not guilty to that charge on July 3, marking his third court appearance on three separate charges over the course of about one month.

Parker resigned from his GOP post Feb. 18, with more than two years left in his term. Since then, Parker’s wife has filed for divorce, and he has been charged with, and bonded out, on two misdemeanors and one felony. The misdemeanor unlawful entry charge stems from an interaction with a different woman.

Parker was first arrested last month on charges of stalking and public masturbation. While hiding in bushes and wearing a wig.