MYERSTOWN, Pa. - A man has been jailed on charges he made approximately 17,000 lewd and harassing telephone calls to people across Pennsylvania.
Robert Glass was arraigned Tuesday night on multiple counts of harassment and stalking, police said. He was committed to the Lebanon County Prison on $25,000 bail.
Glass, 51, of Myerstown, Lebanon Co., made the calls to people across the state between August and December, police said.
Investigators are asking people who may have received a call from Glass to contact their local police department, which can then get in touch with Detective Pokrop of the North Londonderry Township Police Dept. to coordinate charges.
Prosecutors and the defense team on Wednesday also selected three of six alternates, and two of them are black.Read More »
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