Liu, a Chinese national who authorities say has been living illegally in the U.S. for a decade, faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted on the most serious of the multiple counts of cyberstalking, theft and damaging victims' businesses.
Jicheng "Kevin" Liu was a prolific burglar with a mean streak who cyberstalked anyone who crossed him, Cook County prosecutors say.
In retaliation for his arrest in the theft of a stroller, Liu ran online ads claiming his accuser performed acts of prostitution out of her Roscoe Village residence, authorities said. The woman and her husband were awakened in the middle of the night several times earlier this year by men at their front door who thought they had appointments for sex.
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