A Lubbock man, age 22, was arrested last week for cyber stalking and interstate threats.
Isaiah Alexander Allen was indicted on November 15 and allowed to go free until his trial date, but court records said he violated his terms of pre-trial release. He was placed in custody on November 20.
The specific pre-trial release violation was not yet listed.
The indictment accused Allen of using the Internet to harass and intimidate someone in another state – namely California.
“Specifically, the defendant threatened to rape and kill B.K. among other acts,” the indictment said.
The indictment said the cyber stalking began in September of 2017 and continued to the present.
Allen was originally scheduled to be in court on Monday afternoon, but his attorney has requested a delay because of scheduling conflicts. For now, Allen remains held in the Lubbock County Detention Center.