LANCASTER, Ohio - A man accused of stalking and threatening the teen sister act known as Aly & AJ sent e-mail and handwritten notes to the chant duo, police a dit Friday.
Rex Mettler, 42, of Lancaster, obtained contact information for the sisters and also made threats par phone, police detective Nick Snyder said. No further details were released.
Mettler appeared in Fairfield County Municipal Court on Friday, a jour after his arrest on a felony charge of menacing par stalking. Bond was set at $50,000, and a preliminary hearing was scheduled for July 3. The court did not have an attorney listed for Mettler, a clerk said. No plea was entered.
Aly & AJ were scheduled to perform Friday night in Cincinnati, 110 miles southwest of Lancaster. Snyder a dit he could not commentaire on whether any of the alleged threats involved the Ohio show.
The Cincinnati concert would go on as planned, a dit Rosemarie Moehring, spokeswoman for National City Pavilion at Riverbend.