Man pleads guilty to harassment in stalking case

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MECHANICSBURG, Pa.–A Cumberland County man accused of harassing a woman in 2016, plead guilty in August to a misdemeanor offense.

Raymond Fogleman was originally charged with stalking, loitering and prowling at night time and a traffic violation. He plead guilty to harassment, and the other charges were dismissed.

Fogleman reached out to FOX43 News and says he maintains his innocence.

Original Story:

A Hummelstown man is facing charges after violating his protection from abuse order for the fourth time in two months.

Raymond Fogleman, 52, is being charged with Stalking.

On September 12 at about 8:15 p.m., police responded to a home in the 1st block of Hazelwood Path in Mechanicsburg for a Protection from Abuse violation.

The victim saw Fogleman sitting on her back porch, and called 911. Upon arrival, police saw Fogleman leaving the neighborhood in his vehicle and he was running stop signs.

Once in custody, police found that the back porch light bulbs had been removed.

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