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Local man charged with stalking former girlfriend

Local man charged with stalking former girlfriend

Local man charged with stalking former girlfriend

Justice Christopher Ramage

    A man who had been warned to stay away from his ex-girlfriend was arrested Thursday after he paid her a visit.
    The victim told Bulloch County sheriff’s deputies that her former boyfriend, Justice Christopher Ramage, 22, Cypress Lake Lane,  came to her Mike Brannen Road home Thursday in spite of the fact she has a temporary protective order against him, Bulloch County Sheriff Lynn Anderson said.
    The victim said she had just left her home when she passed Ramage heading toward her house, according to sheriff’s incident reports written by Deputy John T. Quattlebaum.
    The victim and her passenger turned around and went back home to find Ramage there. He claimed another of the victim’s former boyfriends had called him to meet him there, reports stated.
    The victim asked Ramage to leave, but he refused, claiming the property belonged to the man he claimed he was there to visit. However, reports state the victim claimed that man had not lived there for some time.
    When the victim threatened to call law enforcement, Ramage left, spinning tires, according to Quattlebaum’s reports.
    Deputies arrived at the location just before 4 p.m., but Ramage was gone, Anderson said. However, deputies later located him and placed him under arrest on an aggravated stalking charge.
    The arrest came after deputies questioned Ramage, who claimed he had called the man who invited him to the Mike Brannen Road location, reports state. However, when a deputy used Ramage’s phone to redial the number he claimed to belong to the other man, the victim answered. The number was hers, and Ramage had just called her, she said.
    After learning he had just called the victim deputies took Ramage to the Bulloch County Jail, where he remains without bond, according to jail records.
    Holli Deal Bragg may be reached at (912) 489-9414.

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