Pleas entered in stalking case

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Gazette Staff
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
— A Janesville man suspected of stalking several local women and making harassing phone calls to a woman while in jail pleaded guilty Tuesday as part of a plea agreement.

Tracy L. Wolf, 36, of 1511 Ravine St., pleaded guilty to one count of felony stalking, one count of misdemeanor unlawful use of a telephone and 12 counts of felony bail jumping.

As part of the plea agreement, the prosecution dismissed 11 additional counts of unlawful use of a telephone, seven counts of felony stalking, six counts of felony bail jumping, one count of misdemeanor obstructing an officer and two counts of unlawful use of a computer to send harassing messages.

The prosecution and defense agreed to recommend that Wolf be sentenced five years probation, including one year in jail with the RECAP program, Assistant Public Defender Kelly Mattingly said.

Police arrested Wolf in April on suspicion that he had been stalking seven local women and sending them phone calls and text messages. After posting bond, Wolf was arrested again after supposedly making harassing calls to another woman while he was in jail.

He is scheduled to be sentenced at 8 a.m. Friday.

Last updated: 10:00 pm Thursday, December 13, 2012

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