A Florida guy who cyberstalked and threatened a lady who, as a little one, survived owning her throat slash in an attack was sentenced to extra than four many years in jail Thursday, prosecutors mentioned.
Alvin Willie George, 25, of Cross Metropolis, did not know the girl but experienced investigated the 1999 crime in Texas and sent the survivor and her sisters a criminal offense scene photograph, as perfectly as vulgar messages and threatened to destroy her, according to prosecutors and court files.
He was sentenced Thursday to 51 months in prison, or 4 1/4 decades, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Idaho explained.
The survivor and her mate were attacked and had their throats slit in a bed room in December 1999, the U.S. attorney’s office reported. The pal died.
Tommy Lynn Sells attacked the women near Del Rio on Dec. 31, 1999, in accordance to a plea arrangement
Sells was a serial killer who was executed in 2014 soon after remaining convicted in a Dec. 31, 1999, killing of a little one in Texas and an assault on a buddy who survived.
Several federal court paperwork in George’s cyberstalking situation are sealed, and publicly available court docket documents do not say why George stalked and harassed the survivor or her sisters.
A ask for for remark from his federal community defenders was not quickly returned Thursday evening.
George researched the 1999 killing and assault on the internet and employed Facebook accounts to send the criminal offense scene photograph and messages starting in 2016, the U.S. attorney’s office environment stated.
He sent abusive and vulgar messages to the survivor and threatened violence that incorporated the victim’s deal with, according to court paperwork.
He was indicted in December 2019.
George pleaded guilty to two counts of cyberstalking. The charge carries up to five a long time in prison. He was also sentenced to three years of supervised launch, prosecutors said.