Gasconade County Man Faces Arraignment For Harassing Hermann Police Chief And Children

June 8, 2017
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A preliminary hearing has been set for Wednesday, July 12, for a Gerald man accused of harassing the daughters of Hermann Police Chief Marlon Walker through the potential contamination of a pizza that he made for them several months ago while working at a local convenience store.

21-year-old Daniel R. Robinson appeared in court Wednesday for a formal arraignment on three counts of harassment,  two felonies and a misdemeanor. He waived formal arraignment by Associate Judge Ada Brehe Krueger and entered a not guilty plea.

Robinson is accused of tampering with a pizza that he made in December that was ordered by the police chief for his daughters. He faces the felony harassment charges because the alleged harassment was from a person who was 21 or older and directed toward someone 17 or younger.

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