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Oklahoma man admits cyberstalking woman in Nebraska
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Oklahoma man admits cyberstalking woman in Nebraska

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An Oklahoma man pleaded guilty Tuesday to cyberstalking a woman in Nebraska, creating social media accounts in her name and sending explicit images in her name and posting pictures of her on a porn site.

Kevin McRae, 48 of Oklahoma City, faces up to a year of imprisonment at his sentencing in February.

According to the U.S. attorney's office, McRae was in the Air Force, assigned to a base in Japan, when he had a relationship with the woman. She ended the relationship and was assigned to Offutt Air Force Base.

Between December 2015 to October 2016, he stalked her online, creating Facebook and Yahoo accounts pretending to be her and chatting with users on a porn site as if he were her.

When FBI agents interviewed him, McRae said his motivation for doing all of it was anger at the woman.



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Lori Pilger is a Norfolk native and University of Nebraska-Lincoln graduate who has been a public safety reporter for the Journal Star since 2005.

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