LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge says a man accused of stalking Halle Berry should stand trial on stalking and burglary charges filed after he was repeatedly seen on the actress’ property earlier this year.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Melissa Widdifield issued her ruling Monday after hearing from two witnesses called during a preliminary hearing to show some of evidence against Richard A. Franco.

The 27-year-old will remain jailed on $150,000 bail. He was charged after police arrested him outside Berry’s home in July. It was the third time in three days that he had been seen on the property.

A police detective testified that while on the property, Franco took a key to Berry’s guesthouse, where the Oscar-winning actress has her beauty salon.

Franco returns to court Oct. 31 for arraignment.

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Comments (3)
  1. ruth says:

    he is in love with kfc

  2. g says:

    The FBI and DEA use gang members to harass suspects. Several corrupt DEA and FBI are angry that I complained to the San Francisco Attorney General’s office. I complained that they where fabricating evidence and stealing from me. For pay back they poisoned my dog to death. Osama Bin-Laden likely died a more human death than my dog. But that is not enough.

    One of many occasions…on Oct 17 2011, 7:30PM at the “Milpitas Great Mall” in Milpitas California, corrupt FBI and DEA where using gang members to threaten violence against me because I will not let them get away with stealing from me.

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