Bergen County man keeps getting arrested on cyberstalking charges
OLD TAPPAN — For the third time in less than three years, a 27-year-old man is facing charges for stalking a woman online.
Daniel G. Pfeiffer was arrested after posting "lewd, indecent, or obscene material" about a woman on the internet without her consent, according to a criminal complaint filed in Superior Court of Bergen County.
Pfeiffer posted naked pictures of the victim online without their consent, prosecutors say.
The complaint also charges Pfeiffer with stalking the victim by posting the pictures "in violation of an existing court order prohibiting the behavior." Pfeiffer is also charged with attempting to disobey a final restraining order that was issued in September.
According to state court records, in June 2016 Pfeiffer was charged with stalking and invasion of privacy. After pleading guilty to stalking as a repeat offender and with the same victim, Pfeiffer was sentenced to five years of probation in September.
According to NJ.com, Pfeiffer was arrested in 2015 after creating a social media account using a woman's name without her knowing about it. The story cited authorities as saying that Pfeiffer knew the woman and had uploaded sexually explicit images of her online. He would also pretend to be the woman and engage in sexually explicit chats, authorities sai.
For the 2015 incident, Bergen County Jail records show he was charged with third-degree stalking and third-degree disclosure of someone's intimate parts. He faced the same charges in 2016, with the stalking charge upgraded to a felony.
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