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Last updated on Monday, September 24, 2007
(JEFFERSONVILLE) - The Sellersburg post of the Indiana state police were able to charge a Clark County man with serial stalking, Saturday.
In a release, Sgt. Jerry Goodin said 60-year-old Jimmy E. Horlander, who was already incarcerated on similar charges, had a search warrant executed on his home for evidence linking him to the stalking of 3 different women.
Goodin's report said Horlander would allegedly call these women, start to make small talk, but then say he knew where they lived and worked.
Horlander stands charged with 3 felony counts of stalking.
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