Incline Village man accused of stalking high school teacher
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. (AP) - Washoe County school police have arrested a man for allegedly stalking a teacher at Incline High School.
Juan Manuel Salazar-Alanis, 27, was booked on one charge of stalking and was being held in the Washoe County jail in Reno Thursday in lieu of $1,115 bond.
The Incline City man started stalking high school teacher Janette Holman after he saw her picture with a local newspaper article called ''Face in the Crowd,'' school police Chief Tamara Evans said.
He allegedly went to her residence and left her a present, then telephoned her at home.
Holman told him she didn't want any presents and didn't want to go out with him, police said.
But he showed up at the high school with flowers Wednesday morning, and then was seen peering through Holman's classroom window.
School police arrested him later Wednesday at his apartment in Incline Village.