Lemay Man Charged With Stalking Woman After Being Released on Parole
The man had been sentenced to four years in prison for repeatedly violating an order of protection involving the same woman, St. Louis County Police said.
A Lemay man is accused of stalking a woman after he contacted her three times in December, about a month after he was placed on parole for violating a protection order.
Kevin R. Lucy, 40, of the 100 block of East Goetz Avenue in the Lemay area, was charged Thursday with stalking after previously pleading guilty to violating a protection order, a class D felony.
St. Louis County Police said Lucy contacted the woman on Dec. 13, Dec. 22 and Dec. 24 in violation of a protection order against him.
St. Louis County Police said Kevin R. Lucy, had been released on parole Nov. 9 after pleading guilty on April 12 to four counts of violating a protection order. Those charges involved the same woman as the stalking charge.
Lucy had been sentenced to four years in prison, but was placed on parole after serving seven months of the sentence. He also pleaded guilty to violating a protection order in July 2011.
Lucy was being held in St. Louis County jail Monday. Bail was set at $25,000 for the stalking charge.
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