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Omaha man admits to stalking woman for 7 years

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OMAHA, Neb. (AP)  A 53-year-old man accused of stalking a woman for seven years is scheduled to be sentenced in May.

Arthur Rivera pleaded guilty on Monday to misdemeanor stalking and misdemeanor intimidation by cell phone.

Ralston police say Rivera often drove past the woman's home and trespassed on her property. He told investigators that he used binoculars to see inside the woman's home. The woman told police that Rivera even installed a camera inside her home.

Rivera is scheduled to be sentenced on May 30.

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