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Man heads to jail for stalking Franklin and Marshall student

Written by The Associated Press | Apr 12, 2017 10:14 AM
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(Lancaster) -- A midstate man will spend up to six years in prison for stalking a college student and burglarizing the home of another student.

24-year-old Tyler Lee of Lancaster pleaded guilty to several charges included burglary and stalking.

Police say he stalked a female Franklin & Marshall College student at her home in June and July before attempting to break in.

Authorities say Lee admitted to having violent thoughts about sorority girls and was found with a crow bar when he was arrested.

He also stole electronics and personal items from another student's home in July.

Lee has also been banned from the Franklin & Marshall campus and must have no contact with either victim.

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