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Woman accused of using Facebook account to stalk herself and other bizarre crimes

Published May 7, 2013 1:10 pm
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A Michigan woman allegedly creates a Facebook account to stalk and harass herself. In Utah, a man dresses up like a construction worker to rob a bank. Those and other strange crimes in this edition of the bizarre blotter.

Woman accused of using Facebook account to stalk herself and other bizarre crimes

A Michigan woman allegedly creates a Facebook account to stalk and harass herself. In Utah, a man dresses up like a construction worker to rob a bank. Those and other strange crimes in this edition of the bizarre blotter. Woman accused of using Facebook to stalk herself(Justin Sullivan/Getty)A 52-year-old Michigan woman is accused of setting up a fake Facebook account to make it look like her ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend was harassing her. Cheryl Nelson is charged with falsely reporting a ...

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