Police in Charlotte are searching for a suspect accused of stalking a woman and threatening to kill her if she didn’t pay for her Internet service.
The incident occurred in Charlotte in February 2006, and police are investigating whether the man, Denis Miller, was stalking and threatening the victim, according to a Charlotte police statement.
Miller allegedly used his car to slam her car into the side of the road, the statement said.
Miller has a lengthy criminal history, including a felony conviction for assault, assault and battery, driving while intoxicated, possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia, according the statement.
Miller is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday on a charge of third-degree stalking, according a news release from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department.
He is scheduled for a hearing in Charlotte on Wednesday.
Police say Miller was arrested last month after he was found in the parking lot of a bar near the woman’s home.
The woman told police that Miller came up behind her and started to make lewd comments and said he could “do whatever he wanted with her,” according to the Charlotte Observer.
He allegedly told the woman that he would shoot her and her boyfriend and that he could get a gun.
The victim was hospitalized for five days and is still in the hospital, police said.