Man, 61, arrested after posting fake Craigslist casual encounter advertisementBy Mason White 5:20 AM March 31, 2013
By: Eva Fett
A man was arrested and charged with harassment related charges after he posted a fake craigslist advertisement in the casual encounters section, according to police reports in Washington DC.
A 64-year-old woman, nervously peeks through her window blinds as yet another strange man comes walking down the driveway looking for sex.
These and other strangers showed up at her door as a result of a false advertisement that her former boyfriend posted on the casual encounters section of Craigslist.com, police said.
Kenneth Kuban, a library Congress worker who is 61-years-old, allegedly sent emails with photos of his former girlfriend and her home address in Marshall, Virginia to men who responded to the advertisement looking for sex.
“I’m an old lady who is looking for some fun and adventure in my life! I would you like to meet a gentleman in his 50s who can give me some pleasuring,” the advertisement said.
Kuban had a restraining order against him, but apparently still found a way to harass the woman long after the collapse of their six-month relationship in 2011.
“I can’t imagine the fear this elderly woman now has to live with. Every moment she keeps running to the window checking if any strange sex hungry man is knocking at her door,” Michael Thomas, 58, a Marshall, Virginia resident told YourJewishNews.com.
Kuban was arrested Friday and charged with felony stalking and his hearing is scheduled for this week. He could face up to five years in prison if convicted.