Man Facing Terroristic Threatening Charges Skips Court Appearance

A man facing stalking and terroristic threatening charges missed his Tuesday court appearance. Officials say 46-year-old Brandon Harris was scheduled for arraignment, but did not appear. The judge issued a bench warrant for his arrest, and set his subsequent bond at $25,000. Harris was arrested May 19 after an investigation by McCracken Sheriff’s Detectives. They say he had been following a woman since January, had placed surveillance cameras outside her home, and came there late at night to frighten her. The woman got an emergency protective order May 17, but Harris allegedly continued to harass her online. A search of his home led to seizure of electronic evidence, along with methamphetamine and ammunition. Harris is prohibited from owning firearms or ammunition due to previous domestic violence incidents. Detectives say Harris admitted to stalking and harassing the victim during an interview. His charges include terroristic threatening, stalking, harassing communications, violation of a Kentucky EPO, and possession of a controlled substance. His new charge from Wednesday is failure to appear in court.



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