Middle Tennessee couple targeted by cyberstalking and threat offense, resulting in indictment of Georgia woman

A Middle Tennessee couple was targeted by a Georgia woman who has been indicted on charges of cyberstalking and making threats.

Federal charges have been levied against a woman from Georgia who allegedly cyberstalked and threatened a couple from Middle Tennessee. Law enforcement officials conducted several search warrants, including one at the woman’s residence.

On May 15, Gabryele “Gabby” Watson, a 26-year-old resident of Athens, was charged in an indictment announced by United States Attorney Henry C. Leventis.

The authorities charged Watson with cyberstalking twice and transmitting threats to kidnap or harm someone across state lines.

According to reports, Watson is facing charges of cyberstalking for allegedly participating in an adoption scam that targeted a couple residing in Middle Tennessee. In addition, she is accused of transmitting an interstate threat while communicating with the couple.

In the event of a conviction, Watson could potentially spend up to five years in federal prison for every count.

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