(FOX NEWS) - A North Hills man was charged with stalking after he allegedly sent his ex-girlfriend thousands of text messages and hacked into her social media accounts after she broke off their "short dating relationship."
Raul Plancarte-Hernandez, 33, of North Hills, was arrested Thursday after the Thousand Oaks Police Department began investigating his treatment of his ex, a 38-year-old unidentified woman.
The victim said she dated Plancarte-Hernandez briefly in 2016, the department stated in a news release. Since she ended the relationship roughly a year and a half ago, the man allegedly called the woman approximately 300 times and texted her around 4,000 times "during all hours of the day and night."
Plancarte-Hernandez's ex-girlfriend reportedly blocked his number, but he found ways to get to her. Police allege the 33-year-old hacked into the victim's social media accounts, and her PayPal and iCloud accounts, in addition to her cell phone account.
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