A 61-year-old Los Alamos resident, Paul Kubler, was arrested twice in as many weeks for allegedly stalking an employee of a business on Diamond Drive.
According to court records, while the victim was at the Los Alamos Police Station filing an alleged domestic assault charge against him on Jan. 13, Kubler made contact with the victim by cell phone.
A police officer at the station helping the victim with the report intercepted the call and strongly advised Kubler not to contact the victim.
However, according to Los Alamos Police Department, Kubler kept persisting with the officer, insisting that he talk to her. The officer again strongly advised that he not try to contact the victim.
According to records, Kubler didn’t heed the warning.
The next day, Jan. 14, Kubler allegedly went to the victim’s work three times to try and talk with her. A short while later, a relative of the victim called police, saying Kubler was knocking on her door asking for the victim.
On Jan. 21, Kubler allegedly waited in his car at a nearby parking lot for the victim to leave work. When he saw her leave, he allegedly drove onto Diamond Drive and tried to wave her over to his car.
Frightened, the victim ran back into a nearby business.