Stalking, Terroristic Threatening

p3Stalking, Terroristic Threatening (2 counts), Breach of Release (3 counts) and Harassment (2 counts)

On April 23, 2014, the Milford Police Criminal Division arrested and charged a 35yo Philadelphia man stemming from multiple incidents that occurred at a residence in the 100 block of Charles St on May 12, 2013, August 8, 2013 and August 13, 2013. Hykeim Pressley was charged with Stalking, Terroristic Threatening (2 counts), Breach of Release (3 counts) and Harassment (2 counts). According to police, investigation revealed that on these dates Pressley stalked and threatened bodily harm to the 32yo female victim. Pressley sent over 70 text messages and called the female victim over 50 times after being told not to do so. Pressley had previously been issued a “no contact order” with the female victim stemming from a domestic dispute that occurred on 7/6/13. Pressley fled to Philadelphia, however detectives made contact requested the assistance of Philadelphia PD in locating Pressley. Pressley was located, arrested by Philadelphia PD then extradited to Delaware and turned over the Milford Police detectives. Pressley was arraigned and committed to SCI in default of $13,000 secured bond.

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