Man Sentenced 10 Years In Cyberstalking Case
AMITE, La. (AP) — A 26-year-old Natalbany man has pleaded no contest to cyberstalking using Facebook.
District Attorney Scott Perrilloux tells The Advocate (http://bit.ly/Ko3G77 ) state District Judge Robert Morrison sentenced Adam Kolb to a total of 10 years in prison on seven counts of extortion, nine counts of cyberstalking, two counts of felony carnal knowledge and one count of defamation by hatred.
Perrilloux says Kolb hacked into a woman's social network account last fall, then contacted her friends, telling them the woman had suggested he do so.
Prosecutor Vanessa Williams said Kolb had some of the victims send him explicit pictures, which he then used to extort sex from them.