On Thursday, June 1, Saratoga County resident Michael Arnold, 64, was arrested immediately after landing his 1976 Cessna at the Saratoga County Airport.

According to the Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office, Arnold flew his plane “in violation of a protective order issued by the Saratoga Town Court.”

The protective order was issued on behalf of Cassandra Wilusz, mother and owner of the Schuylerville Revolution Cafe in Albany Station WRGB report.

written in a cafe Facebook On the Friday, June 2 page, Wilusz said she had been “stalked” for the past four years by a man she accused of taking pictures of her and sending her “messages” depicting her, her family and friends. Hannibal Lecter” clip art.

“How horrible you are for a variety of reasons, but mainly to support the community and survive.

“Emails criticize you as the worst person and try to cut you to the core,” Wilusz continued, adding that she also came across fake Facebook accounts designed to “intimidate” her.

She told WRGB that the stalking began when the pilot, a former customer of her cafe, emailed Wilusz unsolicited “inappropriate” photos, an offer she declined.

Since then, he has reportedly flown over the village several times a day, often directly over her home and business.

She said on Facebook that Wilusz had filed “many” police reports and obtained restraining orders and was “always looking for places where he was lurking.”

“Being a business owner is tough, being a female business owner is sometimes even harder, and being a mom trying to protect your family in the New York justice system is really the toughest,” she continued.

“Know that someone wakes up every day with hatred for you, they just want to watch you suffer and find ways to make it happen on land and higher.

“My whole life has been hollowed out, and there is nothing more I can bear. I am no longer afraid, and really I am more afraid that the world will not know the truth.”

Wilusz told her followers that she hoped the ordeal taught others a lesson that “not is a complete sentence.”

“Teach the next generation about the power of NO and the ripples their own voices can create when they get the support of their villages,” she said.

Arnold was combative with deputies when they arrested him at the airport, according to sheriff officials.

He is scheduled to appear in court later this month on pending stalking charges, WRGB reported.

Additionally, he faces the following charges as a result of his arrest on Thursday:

  • Second degree criminal contempt of court (misdemeanor)
  • Resisting Arrest (Misdemeanor)
  • obstruction of government administration

Arnold was arraigned in Milton Township Court and later released on $1,500 cash bond.

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