Middle Tennessee couple targeted in cyberstalking and threat offense, leading to indictment of Georgia woman

A Middle Tennessee couple has recently been threatened and cyberstalked by a woman from Georgia. The woman has been indicted on charges of cyberstalking and making threats against the couple.

Federal charges have been filed against a woman from Georgia for cyberstalking and making threats against a couple from Middle Tennessee. Authorities 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 on two separate occasions, as well as one count of interstate transmission of threats to kidnap or cause harm.

According to the allegations, Watson engaged in an adoption scam that targeted a couple residing in Middle Tennessee and transmitted an interstate threat during her communication with them. As a result, she is being accused of cyberstalking.

In case of conviction, Watson could be sentenced to up to five years in federal prison for each count.

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