Deputies: Man Accused Of Cyberstalking, Making Death Threats Towards Victim
Alachua County Sheriff's deputies have arrested one man after investigators say he threatened to shoot someone.
Deputies say Matthew Criss, 19, made the threats over the phone calling the victim several times early Sunday morning.
According to an arrest report, Criss told the victim, "how are you going to feel when I go to your house, and when you return, I put your gun in your face?"
Investigators say the victim recorded three of the calls on his cell phone.
Criss faces aggravated stalking charges.
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