Police say two of the woman's neighbors posted sexual on Craigslist in her name. Those neighbors, a man and woman, have been arrested. This isn't the place! Drake told FOX 11 that men she didn't know kept coming to her door at all hours of the day. One of the men eventually showed Drake a Craigslist ad that included Drake's photo, an address in her name and graphic sexual detail. Drake did not put up the ad or either of the two subsequent that appeared.
She contacted police when the men started showing up. Joe Benoit of the Omro Police Dept.
Police traced the IP address from the to a home one house down from Drake's. They arrested year-old Michael Wilz and year-old Julie Wittrock, who are now facing seven charges each including stalking and identity theft.
According to Drake she barely knows the two, or why they would target her. Police told us the suspects are being held in the Winnebago County Jail.
Drake told FOX 11 she is sad, scared and angry, especially since her daughter had to witness what happened. We own a gun now, which I never thought I'd have to say, living in a small, little, quiet town like Omro," she said.
She and police advise keeping as much of your personal information off the internet as possible and monitor who can see what you post. If convicted on all the charges, they could each face up to 70 years in prison. First Alert Weather. Interactive Radar. Download the First Alert weather app.
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