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Chicago man sentenced to more than four years for cyberstalking probation officer

Authorities said the man partially exposed himself to a probation officer during an official visit, and later left explicit voicemails on her phone.

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Chicago man sentenced to more than four years for cyberstalking probation officer

CHICAGO — A Chicago man has been sentenced to more than four years in prison for cyberstalking his federal probation officer.



Authorities said that Isaac Myles, 52, partially exposed his genitals to an officer from the U.S. Probation Office during an official visit to Myles’s home back in September, 2018. At the time, Myles was on court-supervised release after recently completing a federal prison sentence.

After the incident in his home, Myles repeatedly called the officer at least 29 times between December 1, 2018, and January 2, 2019. He purportedly left sexually explicit voicemails on her phone and referred to the officer in obscene and degrading terms.

Myles pleaded guilty last year to a federal charge of cyberstalking.

U.S. District Judge Ronald A. Guzman sentenced Myles to four years and four months in federal prison, to be followed by three years of court-supervised release.


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