Virginia man charged with cyberstalking Tulsa mayor over President’s rally

The Associated Press - July 19, 2020 9:36 am

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A Virginia man has been charged with cyberstalking the mayor of Tulsa in an effort to stop a rally by the President.

Court documents unsealed on Friday allege 40-year-old Adam Maxwell Donn of Norfolk sent emails and left voice mail messages to Mayor G.T. Bynum and his wife harassing, threatening, and trying to intimidate Bynum into cancelling the June 20th rally by the President in Tulsa.

Donn’s attorney did not immediately return a phone call by The Associated Press on Saturday. An affidavit says Donn threatened to go to Bynum’s home, church, his wife’s office, and to publish his children’s cell phone numbers on social media.


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