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A man is accused of stalking his ex-girlfriend hid from the police in a very popular corn maze in northern California, the pumpkin patch on Saturday, investigators said.
Ryan Watts, 29, was arrested at the Petaluma Pumpkin Patch, which is an hour north of San Francisco, california, at around 11 a.m. on Saturday, according to a Petaluma Police department press release.
Watts was charged with violation of a restraining order due to stalking his ex-girlfriend online, and in person, and with the help of a GPS tracking device secretly planted in the car.
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The police said that he had been arrested several times earlier this month. Incidents are recorded, Watts reportedly showed up at his ex-girlfriend’s home, uninvited, to attend her son’s school and athletic practices, unbidden, to the hacking of her social media accounts, and sending text messages to her to let her know that he has been monitoring her whereabouts, according to a press release.
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Petaluma Police said Wednesday night they received another report that Watts violated the restraining order, this time from the phone and send text messages to his ex-girlfriend, the question is whether it would slow down the ongoing proceedings against him. She said the agents were looking for a Watt to several homeless camps, and found him and tried to arrest him, but he knew he had to get away.
The police said the officers conducted a foot patrol at the same homeless camps, and the next morning at about 9 o’clock, and found W. He evaded arrest and who, on a highway in the corn maze at the Petaluma Pumpkin Patch, according to a press release.
Petaluma Police officers, with the assistance of a California Highway Patrol motorcycle officers from the agency’s aircraft, and is surrounded to the corn maze, and found Watt on the pumpkin patch property, police said, adding that they arrested him without incident.
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A charge of harassment against a-Watt, it was reviewed by the Sonoma County District Attorney’s Office, police said.
He was booked into Sonoma County Jail with a bail of $250,000.