A Philadelphia man — who is headed to county trial on assault, harassment, terroristic threats and reckless endangerment charges — allegedly stalked and followed a Hatfield Township woman through a GPS that he put on her car and has been arrested and charged with misdemeanor and summary offenses by police.
Clinton Lecroft Fishley, 53, of the 4900 block of North Broad Street, is charged with five misdemeanor counts of repeated stalking causing fear and harassment, five summary counts of harassment by following in a public place, a misdemeanor simple assault charge and a misdemeanor terroristic threats with intent to terrorize another, according to court records.
Fishley was arraigned Friday afternoon before District Judge Andrea Duffy, who set bail at $25,000 cash, according to court records.
A hearing is set for Nov. 12 at 10 a.m. before Souderton District Judge Kenneth Deatelhauser.
Fishley remains incarcerated at Montgomery County prison.
Fishley has retained attorney William E. Moore of law firm Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford in Hatfield.
Dan Sokil of The Reporter reports that Fishley allegedly began stalking the alleged victim in May, and ended in August.
The victim initially thought she was being followed by Fishley when he allegedly followed her to a Philadelphia restaurant, according to the article.
He allegedly had detailed knowledge of her location in Philadelphia when he talked to the victim on the phone, according to the article.
Fishley called the dealership where the victim’s car was under repair, and allegedly asked if they found a trakcing device on her car, according to the article.
According to court records, Fishley was charged by Hatfield Township Police in November 2011 with simple assault, terroristic threats, harassment, disorderly conduct, making repairs or selling an offensive weapon and reckless endangerment.