James Beyer was charged with one count of “pattern of stalking conduct” in Dakota County, MN. A “pattern of stalking conduct” charge is a felony in Minnesota and the penalty is imprisonment for not more than 10 years and/or fine up to $20,000. The complaint alleges that Beyer had reason to know that his conduct would cause the victim to feel terrorized or to fear bodily harm, which then caused a reaction on the part of the victim. The victim reported suspicious behavior at her home in Dakota County. She saw footprints in the snow that came all the way up to her window. No other homes in the area had footprints. She noticed the footprints several times throughout November and December and reported that her keys went missing. The victim then set up a camera outside her home, which shows Beyer at her home attempting to open her back door. On different occasions, Beyer can also be seen peering into her home and masturbating.
Officers located Beyer and found the victims keys in his car. In post-Miranda statements, Beyer admitted to going to the victim’s home. He wanted to steal the computer and TV to get out of debt. He stated the doors were locked and that he wanted to enter the home. Beyer is a Dominoes employee. If you have been charged with a crime, do not make any statements to the police without an attorney present.
Beyer will need one of the best criminal attorneys in Minnesota. When looking for one of the best criminal attorneys in Minnesota, you should look at the experience and the types of cases the attorney has handled in the past. Keller Law Offices has handles stalking cases in the past. Max Keller is an aggressive attorney in Minnesota. If you have been charged with stalking, contact Keller Law Offices. Keller Law Offices offers free consultations. Call 952-913-1421.