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Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Mental disease ruled in stalking case

The 58-year-old Whitewater man accused of stalking former Walworth County Fairest of the Fair Sheri Nelson in 2007 has been found not guilty of felony stalking by reason of mental disease or defect.

Joseph G. Schraeder, 58, of 147 Hyer Lane, No. 4, Whitewater, was committed to the care of Department of Health and Family Services

Schraeder was suspected of following former Walworth County Fairest of the Fair Sheri Nelson to public events in the summer of 2007, sending her mail and proposing marriage to her, according to the criminal complaint.

Schraeder fascination with fair royalty apparently didn't end there.

He also is accused of the Jefferson County Fairest of the Fair Kassandra Kramer in July.

Story HERE.

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