A Greenville police officer has been fired after his arrest on a stalking charge last month.
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St. John v. Brantley Even though plaintiff’s name did not appear on the first warrant for defendant Tammy Brantley’s arrest, plaintiff told Tammy’s sister, defendant Vicky Brantley, on Oct. 11, 2010 that she had called the police and made a written report about Tammy’s assault on Vicky.Read More »
State v. Bernis Harold Fox Where the 2010 stalking indictment in the instant case included dates that overlapped defendant’s 2009 stalking conviction, and where the state presented sufficient evidence to convict defendant of stalking based on his conduct alleged in the 2009 indictment, defendant’s double jeopardy rights were violated. We vacate defendant’s conviction for felony stalking and attaining the status of habitual felon.Read More »
State v. Van Pelt. (Lawyers Weekly No. 10-07-0877, 7 pp.) (Donna S. Stroud, J.) Appealed from Durham County Superior Court. (R. Allan Baddour Jr., J.) N.C. App. Holding: The state presented sufficient evidence that defendant’s communications put the victim ...Read More »
State v. Wooten. Of the five faxes sent to town hall, referring to the building inspector, the last two were objectively threatening, placing the building inspector and others in fear. The state presented sufficient evidence of all elements of G.S. § 14-277.3(a)(1). No error in defendant's conviction of misdemeanor stalking.Read More »