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Clarksville man arrested for allegedly harassing woman through email

Clarksville man arrested for allegedly harassing woman through email
Andrew Walter Spicer was charged with more than 65 counts stemming back to a Jan. 23 incident in which he allegedly harassed a woman through email. Full story here. (Submitted photo / HANDOUT)

A Clarksville man has been charged with more than 65 counts stemming back to a Jan. 23 incident in which he allegedly harassed a woman through email.

Andrew Walter Spicer, 51, of the 6000 block of Trotter Road, was arrested Wednesday and charged with 68 counts, including multiple counts of electronic mail harassment; harassment, a course of conduct; and violating a protective order. He was held on $10,000 bond, which he posted Wednesday, and was released according to electronic court records.

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Spicer was also charged with one count of theft scheme between $1,000 and $10,000 and one count of using/disclosing a credit card number stemming from an incident Jan. 4. He was held on $5,000 bond, which he also posted Wednesday.

On Jan. 23, Spicer allegedly sent a woman multiple emails before showing up at her home the following day, violating the protective order the woman had against him, according to a statement of charges.

Earlier in the month, Spicer used bank account information belonging to the same woman to pay for some of his bills, according to a statement of charges.

Spicer did not return a call for comment as of 7 p.m. Thursday. A preliminary court date has been set for June 8 for both of his cases.

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