Convicted Intercourse Offender Discovered Responsible Of Stalking Aged Napa County Girl At Her Residence – CBS San Francisco
NAPA (CBS SF) – A jury has convicted a man for repeatedly stalking an elderly woman at her home in rural Napa County, prosecutors said Tuesday.
According to the Napa District Attorney’s Office, 30-year-old Christopher Scott Cline was found guilty of stalking and wrongdoing last Friday after a five-day trial.
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Prosecutors said Cline had been repeatedly spotted on the estate of a 72-year-old woman who lived alone and was twice warned by the Napa County Sheriff’s Office to stay away.
According to prison records, Scott was admitted to Napa County Jail in February after being found at the woman’s home in the middle of the night and repeatedly ringing the doorbell. Prosecutors said the woman’s house was set back from the street, behind a street and two secured gates.
Cline was later found and arrested in Calistoga.
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“Mr. Cline has been and is a proven threat to particularly vulnerable women in our community and to our seniors,” Assistant District Attorney Taryn Hunter said in a statement. especially if you are alone in a remote part of the county. “
According to prosecutors, three other women Cline targeted testified during the trial, including a nighttime security guard stationed at a PG&E construction site following last year’s forest fires and two residents of a senior community. One of the older victims said she was sexually abused by Cline.
At the time of his arrest, Cline was on parole for receiving stolen property and failing to register as a sex offender. Prosecutors said Cline was convicted in 2016 of teasing or molesting a child in Los Angeles County.
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Cline is currently being held in the Napa County Jail. The sentencing is scheduled for June 1st.