FBI arrests Hawaii man accused of cyberstalking, terrorizing Utah family for a year
A Hawaii man, accused of cyberstalking and terrorizing a Utah woman and her father for more than a year, was arrested in Honolulu by the FBI, authorities said.
According to a federal indictment, Loren M. Okamura, 44, harassed the Gilmore family by sending hundreds of people, including plumbers, food deliverers, service providers and prostitutes to their home and sending them ominous messages, Hawaii News Now reported.
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Okamura was arrested Nov. 22 in Honolulu and charged with cyberstalking, making interstate threats and transporting people to engage in prostitution, The New York Times reported, citing federal court documents.
Walt Gilmore told Hawaii News Now the stalking began innocently enough when food delivery personnel showed up at hi ...