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Former camgirl complains of stalking by former fan at new job | POLICE BLOTTER
The following information was compiled from Renton Police Department case reports.
A 28-year-old Renton woman who used to do internet sex shows needs help because a man who seems to be infatuated with her is stalking her.
She told a Renton officer she once had her own website and people paid to watch her “perform” in front of a video camera.
She left the “profession” several months ago and now works as a receptionist in South King County. The stalker was sending her explicit emails to the work email.
She started using her personal email to respond in hopes the office wouldn’t learn of her past. She also started getting mail at home, from an address in Tennessee.
A Renton officer called the local police department but hung up after waiting for an extended period of time in a phone tree.
ACTION FIGURES STOLEN: About $10,000 worth of Marvel and Star War’s action figures, which are collectibles, were stolen from a storage unit sometime between mid-July and mid-August.
The owner, a 39-year-old Renton man, discovered the theft after he was informed on Aug. 17 by the storage business on Southeast 174th Street that it appeared someone tampered with the padlock on his unit.
Someone had cut the padlock and lock bracket, then replaced the padlock with a new one. The manager noticed that something was wrong because the padlock didn’t have the typical identification attached to it.