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Benton man arrested on stalking charges

Friday, January 18, 2013

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BENTON, Mo. -- A Benton man was in the Scott County Jail on Friday after his arrest on stalking charges.

Jason Delrosario, 36, was arrested Thursday on charges of aggravated stalking, two counts of violation of an ex-parte order, peace disturbance and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, according to a news release from Scott County Sheriff Rick Walter.

According to Walter, Delrosario sent unwanted text and voices messages and made uninvited appearances at a female victim's residence over the past several weeks. Delrosario was contacted by law enforcement and warned about his behavior, Walter said, but ignored the warnings and a court issued ex-parte order and continued to make contact with the victim. The release said Delrosario's behavior toward the victim became more aggressive and he threatened violence.

Delrosario was arrested where he worked and Walter said deputies found drug paraphernalia in his possession. His bond is set at $5,000.

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Benton, MO


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Really?? A ex parte violation is newsworthy?? Oh wait, I forgot this is the Missourian and Rick Walters. Everything abs I mean everything that happens at Scott county is newsworthy. Ex parte violations occur EVERYDAY in Cape County but do not make the news.

-- Posted by cartman89 on Fri, Jan 18, 2013, at 11:05 PM

When will the judges wake up there ex-parte crap don't mean nothing to these types of people, are people ordered to stay away from there wifes for abuse or threating them with there lifes. They just say the hell with the judge they can't tell me what to do and just keep up the stalking or beating them and sometimes kill them, so the judges order really does the trick when the women is dead, now you can charge them with murder that will show them, oh but the person is still dead, that order really did some good, put them in jail and keep them there for more than a day or to.

-- Posted by ssinteriors on Sat, Jan 19, 2013, at 7:09 AM

If she defends herself against him, there is now proof he was threatening her.

-- Posted by That's a Fact! on Sat, Jan 19, 2013, at 8:10 AM

Aggravated stalking, two counts of violation of an ex-parte order, peace disturbance and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia

CARTMAN it doesn't look like this is just an ex-parte charge, felony aggravated stalking-- look up how many other aggravated stalking cases have been filed in the last year in the area, I couldn't find many. I for one would like to know if there is more to this story, but at least I get the chance to see for myself because it was reported. Maybe you should read the St. Louis Post if you do not want local news.

-- Posted by CI on Thu, Feb 14, 2013, at 11:29 AM


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