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Man jailed for 4 years for cyberstalking victim of 1999 stabbing

por Robert Jageurs (2021-07-20)


Alvin Willie George, 25, was sentenced to 51 months in federal prison followed by three years of supervised release for cyberstalking.

A Florida man has been sentenced to just over five years in prison for using his Facebook to cyberstalk the surviving victim of a 1999 attack by serial killer Tommy Lynn Sells. 

Alvin Willie George, 25, was sentenced to 51 months in federal prison followed by three years of supervised release cbd oil for diabetes testimonials cyberstalking. 

George has also been ordered to pay $525.31 in restitution to one of his victims, according to a Idaho.

Krystal Surles was just a teenager in 1999 when serial killer Tommy Lynn Sells slashed her across her throat.

The drifter had broken into her friend Kaylene Harris's South Texas house while her family was asleep and stabbed the 13-year-old to death. Surles was sleeping in the top bunk when the attack occurred. 

Following the attack, Surles ran to a neighboring home and alerted neighbors that the family had been attacked by writing on a notepad, reported in 2009. 

Krystal Surles (left) was attacked by drifter Tommy Lynn Sells in 1999, who also killed her friend, 13-year-old Kaylene Harris (right). Surles was then cyberstalked by George who became obsessed with the crime and her, after reading about it online

Tommy Lynn Sells was a drifter who was on Texas death row for 13-year-old Kaylene Harris' slaughter after he broke into her South Texas house while her family was asleep and stabbed her. Sells was executed in Texas in 2014 

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Texas Ranger Johnny Allen described the scene as one of the worst he had ever seen.

Authorities found the 11-inch butcher knife used in the attack in a nearby field, following the slaughter, and were able to identify Sells quickly after Surles worked with forensic artist on a sketch of him.  

Sells was arrested and was held on death row until his execution in Texas in 2014.  

According to the release, George began sending photos from the 1999 crime scene to Surles and her sister in or around November 2016. He would send the graphic images to the family over the 'next several months.' 

Surles was sleeping in the top bunk when the attack occurred

Authorities found the 11-inch butcher knife used in the attack in a nearby field

Authorities were able to identify Sells quickly after Surles worked with forensic artist on a sketch of him

At the time he was sending the images, all of the sisters lived in Idaho. 

The release states that George did not know the sisters and researched the attack on the internet. 

He made a series of Facebook accounts to send the 'harassing and intimidating messages to these women,' threatening to rape and kill them. 

According to Florida Department of Correction records, George has a previous Dec. 2017 arrest for shooting and throwing missiles at vehicles.





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