JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A person who served as an official for a youth sports activities league and was arrested for stalking ladies in two St. Johns County shops final January was discovered responsible and sentenced to probation.
David Wayne Schroeder, 64, was sentenced to 364 days of probation on Oct. 2 and given credit score for 2 days served in jail after pleading no contest to misdemeanor costs that he was stalking ladies at shops in St. Johns County.
One of those incidents occurred on the Publix on State Highway 13 and concerned a girl who was carrying a younger youngster across the retailer.
Along with probation, Schroeder was ordered to bear pyschosexual remedy, fully abstain from alcoholic drinks and is forbidden from coming into bars. He was ordered to pay courtroom prices and costs of $725.
Schroeder’s arrest was made extra alarming as a result of the truth that he was an official for the i9 sports activities league. He had served as a flag soccer official inside two weeks of his arrest. The i9 sports league terminated Schroeder after his arrest.
In accordance with the arrest report, Schroeder adopted a girl into Publix and across the retailer, even when she tried to lose him. The arrest report mentioned he “willfully and maliciously engaged in a course of conduct directed at a particular individual with prompted substantial emotional misery to the sufferer and served no reputable goal.”
Schroeder admitted to police that he thought of himself a sexual predator and has a legal historical past that stretches again to the Eighties. A few of these costs included arrests for indecent publicity, lewd and lascivious conduct, solicitation for prostitution and providing for lewdness.
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