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Alleged NJ student stalker undergoing psych evaluation
NEW BRUNSWICK (WABC) -- A man accused of stalking female college students in New Jersey is now undergoing psychiatric treatment.
Kadyhrob was arrested last week after a student at Rider University accused him of pulling her arm and trying to lure her into his car.
Days after that, police escorted him away from The College of New Jersey.
A municipal court judge barred him from all college campuses and other schools in the state.
Reached at home by the Trenton Times, Kadyhrob called his situation and the judge's ruling "a joke." He says he's confident he will be found innocent.
Kadyhrob is not wanted by police at this time, but students are being asked to stay alert.
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