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Sioux Falls man pleads not guilty to cyberstalking charge

SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- A Sioux Falls man accused of placing Craigslist advertisements that included pornography, a photo of a woman's face, her address and an invitation to come to her home for sex has pleaded not guilty to cyberstalking.

SIOUX FALLS (AP) - A Sioux Falls man accused of placing Craigslist advertisements that included pornography, a photo of a woman's face, her address and an invitation to come to her home for sex has pleaded not guilty to cyberstalking.

Eugene Ogden recently entered the plea in federal court in South Dakota.

Ogden's indictment says that between June and July he used email accounts and Craigslist to cause emotional distress to the adult woman, "an intimate partner."

The Associated Press has requested comment from the federal public defender's office, which is representing Ogden.

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