Gueorgui Hristov Pantchev Arrested in Federal Stalking Case

Gueorgui Hristov Pantchev Arrested in Federal Stalking Case

West L.A. Man, Gueorgui Hristov Pantchev Arrested in Federal Stalking Case Alleging Longtime Harassment of Female Doctors at VA Medical Facilities

LOS ANGELES (STL.News) A man who recently moved to an apartment only blocks from the West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Medical Center was arrested this morning on a federal stalking charge that alleges a longtime harassment campaign targeting two female doctors at the hospital, as well as three other victims who work at the VA’s Loma Linda facility.

Gueorgui Hristov Pantchev, 49, of West Los Angeles, was arrested without incident this morning by FBI special agents.  Pantchev is expected to make his initial appearance this afternoon in United States District Court in downtown Los Angeles.

Pantchev was charged in a criminal complaint unsealed today that details his conduct that began in 2011 with numerous threatening communications sent to West L.A.  VA doctors identified as Victim #1 and Victim #2.  As a result of this harassment, Pantchev was charged by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office and was convicted in 2014 of nine counts of stalking and witness intimidation.  After serving a state prison sentence, Pantchev was paroled in 2017 and he was barred from the West L.A. 

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