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Struthers man accused of stalking letter carrier

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A Struthers man is in jail, accused of stalking a letter carrier as she walked her route.

Justin Stamp, 36, was arrested by Struthers Police Wednesday on a charge of menacing by stalking.

A letter carrier first called police Wednesday morning telling officers that Stamp was following her on Como Street.

The woman told police that Stamp told her she was very beautiful and asked her “What do you like to do for fun?”

As the letter carrier was walking away she said Stamp told her “There's going to be another standoff”

Stamp may have been referring to the police 13-hour-long standoff that ended with officers shooting a man on Fifth Street earlier that morning.

Police found Stamp and ordered him to go inside his mother's Como Street home.

An hour and a half later the letter called the police again, this time about a block away at Wilson and Argonne Streets where she said Stamp was back.

Police found Stamp standing behind the U.S. Mail truck.

The letter carrier said Stamp had been waiting for her at the end of each driveway as she delivered the mail.

According to a police report, the letter carrier appeared to be visibly shaken.

This time officers arrested Stamp and took him to the county jail.

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