When ‘no’ isn’t enough
Dixon woman hopes her case raises awareness of stalking law
DIXON – Stylist Chelsey Raines’ nightmare began a year and a half ago, when a man whose hair she cut became her stalker.
Their encounters were harmless at first. The two would talk about things such as bird-watching or their plans for the day.
Soon, he started leaving her larger tips, and gifts – like a laptop computer, an expensive coat, and gifts for her son. He sent flowers, and called her cellphone constantly.
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