ugg boots uk cheap congressional candidate arrested on suspicion of stalking
David Alcon, the 39 year old announced candidate for the Southern New Mexico congressional seat, has been arrested on suspicion of stalking a Santa Fe woman.
Alcon, a Democrat whose address is in Milan, was picked up by Albuquerque police on Friday and booked into the Metropolitan Detention Center, jail records show.
A Santa Fe judge signed a warrant for Alcon’s arrest nearly two weeks ago, after a Santa Fe woman told police she was at a Halloween party when Alcon sent her a number of threatening text messages. A criminal complaint filed by Santa Fe police said Alcon’s texts told the woman he was watching her, wanted to have children with her, and contained a picture of his genitals.
According to the complaint, the woman stated “multiple times in the text messages that she did not want anything to do with Alcon, and she repeatedly told him to leave her alone.”
It is not Alcon’s first stalking arrest. He was convicted nearly 10 years ago of trespassing and aggravated stalking. Prosecutors said he broke into his girlfriend’s home in 2007, then continued to show up at her house late at night, left her notes, flowers and harassing messages, and drove past her home.
When Alcon, the son of a former state legislator, announced his bid for Congress in September, he told The New Mexican that his stalking and the trespassing case was “something in the past.” Alcon, who served three years on probation, said at his sentencing that he had been sober for a year and a half and had completed numerous hours of anger management classes. Rep.
“After national Democrats’ failure to adequately address the fallout from Harvey Weinstein’s sexual harassment allegations,” the release said, “Ben Ray Lujan can’t remain silent about this gross misconduct in his own backyard.”
Meredith Kelly, spokeswoman for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, responded in a statement emailed to The New Mexican.
“This individual’s alleged behavior is despicable and serious, and he is not fit to run for office in New Mexico or anywhere else,” Kelly said. “The DCCC has not had any interaction with him, and in light of these allegations, neither Chairman Lujan nor the DCCC will support his candidacy.”
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