Schaumburg man accused of stalking skips trial

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Arrest warrants have been issued for a man from Schaumburg after police say he cut off an electronic monitoring device, and disappeared.

Raymond Nathan was set to stand trial on stalking charges Tuesday.

But police found the GPS device he’d been ordered to wear in Loyola Park on the North Side, Tuesday morning.

Nathan was facing trial on charges that he stalked his ex-girlfriend and threatened her family back in 2011.

Authorities say he’s previously tried to sabotage his GPS bracelet, by covering it with aluminum foil.

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