A Coon Rapids man faces multiple charges after allegedly trapping a man inside a vehicle with his car and threatening to kill him. According to Carroll County District Court records, 39-year-old Kaleb Wayne Wiles faces one count of first-degree harassment and stalking, both aggravated misdemeanors, following the May 15 incident. According to law enforcement, Wiles blocked the victim with his car at approximately 6:55 p.m. near the intersection of 4th Avenue and Main Street. He then exited his car and began yelling threats, causing the victim to fear for his safety and for the safety of his children in the vehicle. Authorities say Wiles has a history of harassing this individual. Wiles was issued a summons to appear with an initial hearing scheduled for Thursday, June 25. An aggravated misdemeanor carries a maximum penalty of two years in prison and $6,250 in fines.
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