The man Greenwich Police extradited from Illinois last week after he allegedly made threats against an ex-girlfriend, a Greenwich resident, appeared in state Superior Court on Tuesday.
Defense attorneys for Randall Mason , 28, of Bristol, said they need more time to contact attorneys representing him on other charges upstate, according to published reports.
Mason has been charged with seven counts of threatening and seven counts of harassment of the former girlfriend. In addition, six Connecticut agencies have warrants for Mason on charges of violating probation, fifth-degree larceny, third-degree larceny and identity theft.
Greenwich police began investigating Mason on July 20 after his ex-girlfriend reported he had threatened bodily harm to her through e-mails after a breakup of their nine-month relationship. Police said they had been living together in New York City before the woman returned to Greenwich. Mason's harassment led to the woman losing her job.
Police said the woman was the latest victim of harassment by Mason, who allegedly has a pattern of threatening women and exploiting their relationships for money. According to published reports, police said Mason had advertised on craigslist.com seeking "full-figured" women.
In September, Mason is due in Superior Court in Bristol on charges of third-degree identity theft, third-degree larceny and first-degree violation of probation.
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