A Youngstown man has been indicted in federal court on a charge of cyberstalking.

According to the indictment, 45-year-old Didier Saint Julien is accused of stalking, harassing and intimidating someone starting in April 2018.

The release says that Saint Julien made comments on the victim's Facebook and Instagram page in 2018.

Saint Julien also attempted to contact the victim in person and took pictures of the victim's vehicle.

According to the indictment, Saint Julien attempted to contact the victim's relatives numerous times.

The victim in the case was able to obtain a protection order commanding Saint Julien to have no contact with the victim or the victim's family.

According to court documents, Saint Julien texted the victim a day after the protection order was initiated.

Court documents say Saint Julien created social media accounts under a fake name and attempted to contact the victim in May 2019.

The FBI conducted the investigation into Saint Julien.