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Palm Harbor man jailed, accused of cyberstalking

TARPON SPRINGS — A Palm Harbor man was accused of cyberstalking early Monday morning, Tarpon Springs police said.

Donald Schafer, 43, was arrested about 4:45 a.m. Monday on two charges of stalking. Police said he sent sexually explicit images and messages to a man and a woman on their mobile devices shortly after 1 a.m. The images and words "served no legitimate purpose other than to upset the victims," according to an incident report.

Schafer was being held without bail at the Pinellas County jail.

Palm Harbor man jailed, accused of cyberstalking 04/30/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 1, 2012 9:29am]
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