Jury finds convict guilty of stalking probation officer

A convict found guilty of stalking his probation officer by sending her threatening emails will be spending more time behind bars


By C1 Staff

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY, Pa. — A convict found guilty of stalking his probation officer by sending her threatening emails will be spending more time behind bars.

The Morning Call reports that Clinton D. Oxford was found guilty of stalking, terroristic threats and harassment. He was immediately sentenced to five and a half to fifteen years behind bars; he will also serve an additional prison term of four to six years for violating the parole he was under when he sent the threatening emails to probation officer Jennifer Dodwell.

Dodwell supervised Oxford since 2008 on a series of criminal convictions. His parole violation was for second-offense drunken driving, under which he originally received a 90-day to five year sentence.

The threatening messages were sent to Dodwell over the month of January. He also posted her address online.

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