NJ Man Charged with Harassing and Cyberstalking Stranger

June 1, 2016 · by RLF Attorneys · in

Source: Wikipedia

Source: Wikipedia


Christopher Greig of Hawthorne, NJ was arrested for allegedly stalking a stranger for over six months. Grieg, 34, has been accused of making threats through phone calls, social media messages, and other internet communications. He is being held at the Bergen County Jail on charges of cyber harassment, stalking, and making terroristic threats. His bail is set at $50,000.  It is unknown what action, such as a protective restraining order, the victim will take against Mr. Grieg.
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