Stevens Point Man Charged With Felonious Stalking
By Jacob Mathias
After entering a woman’s house and making multiple threats toward her, a Stevens Point man is facing felony charges for stalking.
Robert Jahn, 35, is charged with felonious stalking and faces a up to a $10,000 fine, or three years and six months imprisonment, or both if convicted. He is also charged with two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping, punishable by up to a $10,000 fine, nine months imprisonment or both for each count, if convicted.
Jahn made his initial appearance in Portage County Circuit Court on May 9.
According to court documents, on April 29 a Portage County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to a 911 call from a woman who said Jahn was calling her cell phone from the landline of her Yvonne Dr. residence while she was not home. The defendant, who is the woman’s ex-husband, reportedly called the woman five times over the course of about 10 minutes.
During one of the phone calls, the woman told deputies Jahn told her, “You’re going to pay for this.”
The victim also reported on the previous night she had awoken to Jahn standing at the foot of her bed while talking on his cell phone. He told the woman he was there to collect some of his hunting items.
The woman feared for her safety, according to the criminal complaint. She told deputies she thought Jahn suffered from paranoia which stemmed from his alleged drug use.
A $10,000 cash bond has been set for Jahn, who on Monday was still in custody.