Indiana Man, Jarvis Wayne Madison Pleads Guilty To Interstate Stalking Resulting In Death
Orlando, FL (STL.News) Jarvis Wayne Madison (62, New Albany, IN) has pleaded guilty to one count of interstate stalking resulting in death of R.M. Madison faces a maximum penalty of life in federal prison. A sentencing date is scheduled for June 14, 2021.
Madison had been indicted on January 12, 2017.
According to court documents, Madison and R.M. were married but estranged. On November 15, 2016, in Indiana, Madison held R.M. against her will, threatened to kill her, and shot at her with a firearm. R.M. was able to escape from Madison and, with the help of a relative, relocate to Ormond Beach, Florida. From November 15, 2016, to November 27, 2016, Madison left multiple voicemails on and sent multiple text messages to the cellphone of R.M.’s relative, attempting to get R.M. to speak to him.
During at least a portion of that period, Madison stayed with Belenda Sandy at her West Virginia residence, eventually leaving there and driving to Florida with a firearm and binoculars, intending to harass R.M. In Florida, Madison disguised himself and used the binoculars to conduct surveillance on R.M.