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Virginia man convicted in N.C. federal court for cyber-stalking and …

RALEIGH, N.C. – A Federal district court found a 57-year-old Hampton, Virginia man guilty after a three-day trial in Raleigh, North Carolina, which involved the harassment of multiple law enforcement personnel in the state.

William Scott Davis Jr. was convicted of cyber-stalking and communicating interstate threats, which stem from multiple fraud offenses in Wake County, North Carolina that he was charged and convicted of.

The multiple charges were brought to court by Wake County law enforcement in 2009 in relation to the forgery of his daughters birth certificate. Due to Davis being found guilty of these charges, his parental rights were terminated by the state as well.

Federal authorities in a press release said that Davis, ” initiated a relentless campaign of harassment and intimidation directed towards a female detective with Cary Police Department, and a female prosecutor with the Wake County District Attorney’s Office, and a female attorney in Raleigh.”

This campaign by

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Virginia man convicted in NC federal court for cyber-stalking and threatening law enforcement

RALEIGH, N.C. – A Federal district court found a 57-year-old Hampton, Virginia man guilty after a three-day trial in Raleigh, North Carolina, which involved the harassment of multiple law enforcement personnel in the state.

William Scott Davis Jr. was convicted of cyber-stalking and communicating interstate threats, which stem from multiple fraud offenses in Wake County, North Carolina that he was charged and convicted of.

The multiple charges were brought to court by Wake County law enforcement in 2009 in relation to the forgery of his daughters birth certificate. Due to Davis being found guilty of these charges, his parental rights were terminated by the state as well.

Federal authorities in a press release said that Davis, ” initiated a relentless campaign of harassment and intimidation directed towards a female detective with Cary Police Department, and a female prosecutor with the Wake County District Attorney’s Office, and a female attorney in Raleigh.”

This campaign by

Read more at: http://wtkr.com/2017/12/14/virginia-man-convicted-in-n-c-federal-court-for-cyber-stalking-and-threatening-law-enforcement/

Virginia man sentenced for Cyber Stalking

OMAHA, Neb. A Virginia man is in prison after being sentenced for Cyber Stalking on Monday.

U. S. District Court Judge Robert F. Rossiter, Jr., sentenced 37-year-old Richard Killebrew to a 41-month term of imprisonment. There is no parole in the federal system.

After his release from prison, Killebrew will be under supervised release for three years.

A law enforcement investigation determined that between March, 2016, and July, 2016, Killebrew repeatedly used a computer and cell phone to send threatening messages to victims located in Nebraska and elsewhere.

In March, 2016, Killebrew used a cell phone to send a text message to a victim located in Nebraska, which contained death threats.

Between March, 2016, and July, 2016, Killebrew also posted numerous death threats directed at victims, in Nebraska and elsewhere, on an internet blog. Phone and internet records obtained by law enforcement confirmed Killebrew

Read more at: http://www.wowt.com/content/news/Virginia-man-sentenced-for-Cyber-Stalking-416062793.html

Virginia man sentenced for Cyber Stalking – WOWT.com

OMAHA, Neb. A Virginia man is in prison after being sentenced for Cyber Stalking on Monday.

U. S. District Court Judge Robert F. Rossiter, Jr., sentenced 37-year-old Richard Killebrew to a 41-month term of imprisonment. There is no parole in the federal system.

After his release from prison, Killebrew will be under supervised release for three years.

A law enforcement investigation determined that between March, 2016, and July, 2016, Killebrew repeatedly used a computer and cell phone to send threatening messages to victims located in Nebraska and elsewhere.

In March, 2016, Killebrew used a cell phone to send a text message to a victim located in Nebraska, which contained death threats.

Between March, 2016, and July, 2016, Killebrew also posted numerous death threats directed at victims, in Nebraska and elsewhere, on an internet blog. Phone and internet records obtained by law enforcement confirmed Killebrew

Read more at: http://www.wowt.com/content/news/Virginia-man-sentenced-for-Cyber-Stalking-416062793.html

Virginia man sentenced for sending death threats to Nebraskans – Omaha World

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Ongoing cyber stalking lands Virginia man jail time | NWADG – Northwest Arkansas Democrat

Bond revocation

A prosecutor may petition the court to revoke or withdraw the bond set for a criminal defendant. The bond or bail bond ensures the appearance of the defendant in court through the completion of a criminal trial or appeal. Trial court judges have the power and discretion to set, modify and revoke bond depending on the circumstances of each case. In cases where the defendant is a flight risk or deemed to be a danger to society, the bond will generally be set very high or not granted at all in which case the defendant will have to remain in jail. When bond is set, that bond may be revoked if new circumstances or information arises that lead a judge to believe that the defendant is dangerous, a flight risk or should not be released from custody for some other reason.

Source: uslegal.com

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Ongoing cyber stalking lands Virginia man jail time – Northwest Arkansas Democrat

Bond revocation

A prosecutor may petition the court to revoke or withdraw the bond set for a criminal defendant. The bond or bail bond ensures the appearance of the defendant in court through the completion of a criminal trial or appeal. Trial court judges have the power and discretion to set, modify and revoke bond depending on the circumstances of each case. In cases where the defendant is a flight risk or deemed to be a danger to society, the bond will generally be set very high or not granted at all in which case the defendant will have to remain in jail. When bond is set, that bond may be revoked if new circumstances or information arises that lead a judge to believe that the defendant is dangerous, a flight risk or should not be released from custody for some other reason.

Source: uslegal.com

Read more at: http://www.nwaonline.com/news/2017/jan/24/ongoing-cyber-stalking-lands-virginia-m/