|Published: 9:03 AM, 07/15/2013
||Last updated: 9:03 AM, 07/15/2013
Author: Michael Thomason
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
SWEETWATER-One day after he was in
court on a sexual assault charge, a Sweetwater man was back in jail
after he allegedly went back to the alleged victim's residence to
peek in her window.
Sweetwater Police Detective John
Scruggs said Jeffery E. Bullabough, 62, had his case sent to the
grand jury Tuesday and he was told to stay away from the victim.
Bullabough apparently didn't listen
to the judge as the victim told Scruggs he was following her around
and ended up back at her house.
Scruggs said at one point Bullabough
sat at a picnic table where the victim could see him and stared and
winked at her. The woman said this made her fear for her safety.
Then around 1:20 p.m. Wednesday, the
woman said the man was at her window and when she went outside he was
Bullabough was taken back to jail and
charged with stalking and aggravated criminal trespassing.
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