A Yorkshire man who admitted making threatening phone calls to women in three Western New York counties was sentenced Monday in Concord Town Court to 11 months in jail and three years of probation.
Robert D. King, 45, of Beyer Road was accused of harassing 28 women in Cattaraugus, Erie and Wyoming counties. Authorities said the phone calls dated to 1996.
He pleaded guilty Monday night to two counts of misdemeanor aggravated harassment. Judge Timothy Frank also ordered him to pay a $1,000 fine and undergo sex-offender, alcohol and other counseling, said a court employee. As part of the probation, King must wear an electronic monitoring device.
Frank issued orders of protection for the six Concord women harassed by King.
Earlier this month, King received 18 months in prison for his crimes in Cattaraugus County and received three years' probation for harassing women in Wyoming County. He will not begin serving his jail sentence in Erie County until he has completed his Cattaraugus County sentence.