Man indicted for cyber-stalking doctor: Hunting Valley police blotter


HUNTING VALLEY, Ohio — Violation of civil stalking protection order, harassing communications, menacing by stalking; Cedar Road: A Beavercreek man, 69, was indicted this month on charges that he continued to harass his former doctor the day after a judge extended a civil stalking protection order for another five years.

A Cuyahoga County Common Pleas judge noted in a Nov. 17 ruling the suspect had made numerous and nearly continuous postings on a variety of websites relating to a surgical procedure performed over a decade ago, and had since become a patient advocate.

But this case centered on six emails over the summer that included references to both death and punishment of doctors. This raised enough concern on the part of the doctor, a Hunting Valley resident, to call police and hire an attorney to file a

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