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Waterloo man made ‘life-threatening’ phone calls to victim in Seneca Falls: Now faces seven charges

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Jeremy A. Capron, 28, of Waterloo, was arrested on Thursday, August 17 by the Seneca Falls police, following a series of domestic disputes that spanned three days.


Capron reportedly violated a Stay Away Order of Protection through multiple acts, including attempting to ram the victim’s vehicle in a parking lot, making life-threatening phone calls, and intimidating the victim in relation to a previous case.

Post-investigation, Capron faces multiple charges including aggravated family offense, two counts of felony contempt, intimidating a witness, menacing, misdemeanor contempt, and aggravated harassment.

He was subsequently taken to the Seneca County Correctional Facility, awaiting his arraignment.