Arraignment for alleged stalker delayed |

Arraignment for alleged stalker delayed

by Amy Alonzo

The arraignment of a Gardnerville Ranchos man accused of stalking and domestic battery was continued until next week.

Lawrence W. Baty II, 50, was arrested Feb. 13 after he turned himself in for allegedly hacking a woman's social media accounts, video-taping himself outside her home, sending her threatening messages and calling her numerous times per day.

Baty told Judge Thomas Gregory Monday in Douglas County District Court he had attempted to hire a private attorney, but he didn't have the funds. Defense attorney Kris Brown requested an extra week so she can consult with Baty before he is arraigned. She did say he intends to plead guilty.

His arraignment was set for March 20.

■ A trial date was set for a Carson City man accused of domestic battery and assault with a deadly weapon.

Jose Alcocer, 37, will go to trial in May.

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Alcocer in November denied that he had threatened his girlfriend with knives, struck her and pushed her son. In February he did admit to violating his probation after he tested positive for methamphetamine and alcohol.

■ The arraignment of a Minden man who failed to register as a sex offender was continued until April 1.

Robert C. Sedlmayr, 62, was arrested Oct. 14 after he failed to register as an offender within 48 hours of moving, as required by Nevada law. Sedlmayr had lived at the new residence for more than a month, according to court documents. The documents also said Sedlmayr had previously also failed to register as an offender.

Sedlmayr was convicted of assault with intent to commit rape in 1986 in Oakland.

■ A Stateline man who violated his probation and was arrested on new charges will remain in custody.

Eric M. Malone, 32, was arrested in September 2015 on burglary charges. Malone was arrested Dec. 1, 2016, for violating his probation.

The matter was continued until March 27 so the probation violation and new charges can be pursued together.

■ Probation was revoked for a Washington man who admitted to violating his terms.

Conrald S. Hilbmann, 22, was arrested in April 2016 for burglary. In addition, stolen firearms and paraphernalia were found in his vehicle.

Hilbmann was granted probation rather than 12-34 months in prison. With his probation revoked, Hilbmann returns to the underlying sentence. He receives credit for 284 days served. The sentence will run concurrent with a sentence he is serving in Carson City.