Man arrested on invasion of privacy, intimidation

From Local Sources

HUNTINGBURG — Authorities booked a Spencer County man into the Dubois County Security Center Thursday afternoon on a warrant charging him with invasion of privacy and intimidation.


Court documents indicate the Huntingburg Police Department began an investigation in June after a female victim reported being harrassed by Bradley M. Anderson, 41, 501 N. Linwood Drive, Dale.

That investigation resulted in a warrant being issued Thursday in Dubois Circuit Court alleging Anderson violated a no-contact order by sending text messages and e-mails to the female victim and her boyfriend. As a result, he is charged with two Level 6 felony counts of invasion of privacy.

The court documents state Anderson was previously convicted of misdemeanor invasion of privacy in 2017, which enhances the new charges to Level 6 felonies.

The warrant also charges Anderson with misdemeanor intimidation because, it is alleged, Anderson threated to put compromising pictures of the female victim on the Internet if she did not give him $4,000.

Authorities booked Anderson into the security center at 1:18 p.m. on the active warrant.

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