Missouri prosecutors file stalking charges against Texas man

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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) _ A 30-year-old man has been arrested on accusations he violated a protection order by sending threatening messages to a woman.

The Columbia Daily Tribune reports Tahj D. Graham was arrested in Texas and was booked into a central Missouri jail Tuesday.

Boone County prosecutors have filed felony aggravated stalking charges against Graham. Court documents state a harassment charge is expected to be added later.

According to probable cause statements, Graham sent several messages to a woman between July and November. They state Graham contacted her on Nov. 1 and said he was going set her home on fire.

He later messaged her in July, saying he was going to leave money for her in his will because he loved her.

It wasn’t immediately clear if Graham has an attorney.
Information from: Columbia Daily Tribune

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