Reading from the Voice Media empire: On a recent edition of the morning program Daybreak, co-host Natalie Tysdal was joined by Jason Granger, founder and CEO of Infinity Marketing Group for a segment in which he showed off three phone apps that allow users to track the whereabouts of family or friends. But neither viewers nor staffers at the station knew at the time that Granger was arrested, convicted and served time in jail last year for stalking a former significant othe. Westword has the story.
You can’t blame a guy for trying, but you can blame him for being creepy and drunk — especially when he’s behind the wheel after bar close and won’t take no for an answer at a Taco Bell drive-thru. City Pages has the full story.
Prosperous German immigrant Jovica “Joshua” Petrovic warned his young American wife Megan that he had “Croation blood,” his own code for “don’t fuck with me.”
After their torrid — sex occurred with the lights on — tumultuous, affair and marriage collapsed, Megan figured out why they weren’t in the dark: “revenge porn.” That was only one play in Petrovic’s obsessive strategy of humiliation, stalking and harassment online and through the postal service. Petrovic ended up in federal prison.
“I want you to win the Pulitzer Prize,” he told a reporter for the St. Louis Riverfront Times when he met with him.
Here’s the story: “Sext Fiend: Jovica Petrovic tried to embarrass his ex-wife to death, and revenge porn was the name of the game.”
A Phoenix man took a plea agreement recently in a federal stalking case, in which he attempted to “reclaim” his ex-wife in time for their 20th anniversary. According to 49-year-old David Richards’ admission, he only started stalking the woman 15 years after their marriage ended. Phoenix New Times has the story.