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July 29, 2014

Stalking charges dropped against former ambulance company president

After months of "living hell" he was prepared to fight accusations that he followed and harassed a neighbor over two years

Lehigh Valleyy Live

MARION COUNTY, Fla. — The former president of the now-defunct Portland Ambulance Corps was ready to go to trial today in Marion County, Florida, to fight accusations that he followed and harassed a neighbor over two years.

But state prosecutors called it quits before the trial even began, according Becky Fletcher, attorney for 71-year-old Darryl Moser.

Moser, formerly of Upper Mount Bethel Township and now living in Summerfield, Florida, said the state's decision to withdraw the charge today ended months of what he described as a "living hell."

Read full story: Florida drops stalking charge against former Portland Ambulance Corps president

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