24-year-old man arrested by LSU police for stalking and harassing student
BATON ROUGE - Louisiana State University Police arrested 24-year-old Joshua Davis for stalking and criminal mischief of a student.
According to LSU Police, four separate complaints were received from the victim where repeated harassment occurred through vandalism of her car.
LSU police say the victim was previously in a dating relationship with Davis that ended in February 2015.
According to LSU police, the victim was harassed by Davis through social media, phone calls and texts, in-person visits to her home and work. The vicitm requested assistance from Baton Rouge Police Department and as a result, both Davis and the victim were granted Temporary Restraining Orders that expired December 2015. According to court documents, Davis requested the restraining order first then the vicitm did the same.
In January 2016 the victim returned to her car parked on LSU’s campus and discovered yellow writing on the windows.
On Feb. 5, the victim returned to her car with the writing again on her car stating “Stop parking next to me." The next day Davis was questioned by LSU Police.
Davis said that the victim was told by the court to not park next to him. On Feb. 17 the victim returned to her car to discover parking violation stickers on the front and sides of her car.
On Mar. 14, she returned to her car to discover yet again more parking violation stickers on her car and the next day LSU Police Lt. Scott confirmed that Davis bought the stickers online.
Davis was arrested by LSU Police for the above charges.
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