Worthington man in custody after report of stalking

Bill Mulbah

WORTHINGTON — A local man is accused of stalking after repeatedly violating a domestic assault do no contact order (DANCO).

Bill Mulbah, 32, of Worthington was arrested June 6 on a warrant stemming from a May 25 report that Mulbah had hurt a victim who had previously filed a restraining order against him.

A victim came to the Prairie Justice Center after an alleged encounter with Mulbah that resulted in the victim blacking out and sustaining a cut on the nose. The victim also reported that Mulbah had threatened the life of both the victim and the victim's mother.

Mulbah had previously violated the same DANCO in April 2020, and the May 25 incident makes twice within five years that Mulbah is alleged to have exhibited behavior that meets the legal definition of stalking.

When law enforcement located Mulbah Saturday, officers arrested him and charged him with stalking, threats of violence, third-degree assault and a DANCO violation. The first three counts are all felonies, and the most serious charge — stalking — carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and/or a $20,000 fine.

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