They Got the Bastard
Well, for the time being, anyway.
Having recently moved to Quincy after spending more than a decade in Oregon, David Anderson asked an area resident for a job, police said.
Then he kept talking, they said, telling the prospective employer that he had broken up with his girlfriend and allegedly showing him graphic letters he had penned to her. The disclosure led police to arrest Anderson, 54, charging that he left female underwear and sexually threatening notes aimed at young girls on at least five doorsteps around town since February.
Anderson is expected to be arraigned in Quincy District Court this morning on charges of dissemination of obscene material, and making threats disrupting the public, which is punishable by up to 20 years in state prison.
Yeah, like that'll happen.