I keep having this sociopath harrass me. I moved 6 hours to get away from him. Ive been feeling his presence in the area. I've been being followed. Stalked online. People driving by my work. This is what I went through when I was where he is suppose to be. I decided to look up online to see if he is off his probabation is why he is down in my state. The following link leads to the case. In reading the case, I don't understand what is going on. He looks to have a horrible track record, as usual, with going to drug court, going to his court proceedings etc. My interpretation is that he is still getting released from probation, or already has been released. This guy won't leave me alone. He befriends everyone around me, then gets them to side with him no matter how I prove how bad of a person he is. Before i go to the police hoping they will hunt him down on probation violation...can you let me know if this looks like he is off probation already? The link is to the direct case on the court site...it says he got a order for release on 05-10-13 then his lawyer filed for a motion for release on 06-17-13.
Here is his latest arrest link:
I really want this guy off of me, he will not let me have a life or friends...he makes up lies and gets people to turn on me behind my back....I"m dealing with a major sociopath. That bothers me even 6 hours away in another state. Before I get the police involved, I need to know what I'm talking about. From what I can tell, he looks like he is getting off probabtion---which makes no sense....he hasn't really served his probation or done any of the requirements according to the court records (notated in link above)
I really appreciate your advice in this matter..... Jason
I kinda thought that, but I was wondering why there is an order for release....afterwords his attorney almost a month later files for a motion for release. By looking at the case, what does the motion of release probably mean? Does that mean his attorney if filing for a motion to release him from probation? THanks Jason
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