State Police say that a sealed indictment arrest on Sunday involving a Walworth teen resulted in more than 40 charges.
The 41 count indictment was opened on Tuesday, accusing Beau Waters, 19, of Walwroth of stalking 22 young women, including some that are minors, over a period of years.
The stalking began in 2011 — when Waters was between 13- and 14-years-old.
He faces 17 counts of third-degree stalking, seven counts of first-degree disseminating indecent materials to minors, four counts of third-degree identity theft, three counts of fourth-degree stalking, three counts of second-degree harassment, two counts of first-degree harassment, and one count of second-degree harassment. He also faces two counts of second-degree stalking.
Wayne County District Attorney, Chris Bokelman says the ages of the victims range between 15- and 19-years-old. The incidents of stalking began in September 2011, continuing through June 2016.
State Police called it a multi-year investigation.
Court documents indicate that Waters has hired a defense attorney. James Nobel, who works out of Rochester will be representing Waters.
Police believe there are even more victims than those who have come forward. They’re urging anyone who may have information relative to this case to contact State Police in Williamson at (315) 589-2355.