On Thursday, Thousand Oaks Police Department took a 33-year-old California man into custody. The man was charged with cyberstalking after an unidentified female complained about having discovered that the suspect hacked all her online accounts. Authorities declared that the suspect flooded the woman with calls and emails since they broke up in 2016.
California Man Forced Victim to Move From Moorpark to Thousand Oaks
Meet Raul Plancarte-Hernandez, a 33-year-old North Hills resident. Mr. Plancarte-Hernandez recently had a little eye-to-eye ‘talk’ with the authorities about his obsession with a 38-year-old unidentified woman from Moorpark.
According to the authorities, at the beginning of the week, the woman contacted the police to complain about Plancarte-Hernandez’s behavior. The victim said that she and the suspect used to form a couple. Apparently, they’ve dated for a while in 2016, but, as luck has it, she decided to go on, while he couldn’t live with her decision.
Since the big breakup, Plancarte-Hernandez has been actively harassing the woman. The authorities estimated that over the past two years, the California man sent the woman 4,000 text messages and called her at least 300 times. She also told the police that the time of day didn’t really matter to Plancarte-Hernandez.
Regrettably, the California man didn’t stoop to stalking. When the woman blocked his caller ID, Plancarte-Hernandez hacked all the woman’s online account, including her PayPal, Apple ID, iCloud, and her email address.
After a while, the California man started sending her threatening messages. When the woman couldn’t take it anymore, she moved from Moorpark to Thousands Oaks just to get away from the individual. It didn’t work.
And so, on the 7th of June, the police arrested the California man. According to a police spokesperson, the suspect was found in front of the woman’s house.
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