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Specialist officers have secured charges against a man after a woman reported she was stalked and harassed by a stranger over a lengthy period of time.
A team from within our Public Protection Investigations Hub worked rapidly to see charges authorised after launching an investigation into a report of stalking.
A woman reported she had been persistently stalked between November 2022 and September 2023, in the Chelmsford area.
Measures were put in place to protect her whilst a thorough investigation was carried out.
As a result of that work, charges of stalking involving serious alarm and distress and assault by beating were authorised against Adama Suktuna Waggeh, 27, of St Georges Road, London E10.
He appeared at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court on Saturday 7 October and was remanded in custody until a plea and trial preparation hearing at Chelmsford Crown Court on Monday 6 November.
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