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.
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.