A 36-year-old Clarkston man who allegedly contacted a 28-year-old woman more than 150 times in violation of a No-Contact Order that was issued a week prior was arrested Tuesday night by Clarkston Police. Christopher Druley was charged with two counts of Felony Stalking and 152 counts of a Protection Order Violation. That order prohibited him from having any contact with her or being within 200 feet of her residence, according to a Probable Cause Affidavit.
The court document says that Druley allegedly sent 121 text messages and made 31 phone calls since being served with the order on September 15th. Several of the text messages were lewd in nature, the document says, adding that other messages eluded to the fact that she was under surveillance by Druley.
One message reportedly told the woman to "look outside" and made reference to something that she was talking about on her phone while she was standing outside of her home, while another text message allegedly made reference to knowing what her friend that was at her house looked like.