Gold Coast detectives have charged a man who was allegedly stalking nine Gold Coast women.
Operation Quebec Helium commenced in relation to the sudden death of Breeana Robinson in 2013.
During the investigation detectives spoke with multiple women about the information they had provided to police.
As a result, investigators from the Gold Coast Criminal Investigation Branch, Northern Investigative Group have preferred further charges against a 45-year-old Nerang man.
It will be alleged between 1999 and 2014, the man stalked nine different women by sending them threatening, abusive and degrading text messages. It will be further alleged he would park his car and sit outside the victim’s homes. It will be further alleged he utilised fake social media to cause his victims concern and fear.
The 45-year-old Nerang man has charged with nine counts of stalking and he is due to appear in the Southport Magistrate’s court tomorrow (January 31).