Man Arrested After Allegedly Harassing Victim Online, Trying To Break Into House

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ASHVILLE – A Warren Pennsylvania man was arrested after New York State Police said he harassed a victim online and the tried to break into their home on Monday.

Troopers said Michael Miranda, 46, was taken into custody after allegedly trying to break into the victim’s house.

Through investigation, it is alleged that Miranda sent the victim over 300 Facebook messages and called the them a dozen times, all of which went unanswered.











Police said the man was previously advised to cease future contact with the victim.

Miranda was placed under arrest and charged with second-degree aggravated harassment.

Troopers said he was processed at the State Police Barracks in Jamestown and transported to the Chautauqua County Jail, pending arraignment in the case.









 

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1 Comment

  1. I can’t believe that a person can be bullied on line and the police won’t help the victims to find out who it is. With threats please change your policy and help stop it the victim has a new family member and the stress of having someone threatening you and their kids is wrong at all level! Please if you could help this family in Jamestown please let me know.

    Thank you 🙏🏻 I love Police 👮‍♀️ and respect them all but please help this family get some justice it’s been going on for a few years let them enjoy their life without the crap.

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