A man has been named in several complaints to Hamilton police, including allegedly stalking a 14-year-old via Facebook.
Police say 30-year-old Aaron Frye has been following and aggressively contacting several victims in Hamilton over the past few months.
Several different complaints were filed against Frye, all listing different alleged degrees of stalking.
"I've seen him from a distance, he follows us, follows us to the grocery, follows us to the convenience store, I've tried to confront him and he'll turn and run," said Gary Bowman, father of two of the alleged victims.
One police report says Frye allegedly contacted a 14-year-old victim on Facebook and told the victim that she needed to be with him. When he was told "no," he told the victim she would regret not being with him, according to the police report. On Sept. 4, Frye allegedly followed the victim to the Lane Public Library and contacted her on Facebook, telling her what she was wearing and that he could see her. The victim's mother contacted the suspect and told him to leave her alone. The suspect then allegedly told her that he liked 14 year olds and that she couldn't stop him.
"It's like being stuck in a scary movie, and it's real," said Bowman.
Frye also allegedly called and texted another victim 70 to 80 times a day in August and threatened to cut her and run her over with his car. The police report says Frye has been driving by her house and that the victim fears for her safety.
In a third complaint, Frye allegedly called a victim's phone and been following the victim since June.
Frye was arrested and charged with three counts of stalking and two counts of menacing by stalking and one count of telecommunications harassment.
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