Randolph Man Charged After Allegedly Calling A Person Over 50 Times

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JAMESTOWN – A Town of Randolph man is facing charges after police say he harassed a person and violated an order of protection this month.

New York State Police say 35-year-old Joshua Bender allegedly called the victim over 50 times in three days, leaving multiple voice mails.

In doing so, police say, Bender violated two separate orders of protection.

Bender was placed under arrest on Tuesday and processed at State Police Barracks in Jamestown.

Troopers say Bender is charged with first-degree criminal contempt and second-degree aggravated harassment.


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