The woman told police that Puskas drove her to a Planned Parenthood Clinic in Parkersburg during their relationship for birth control injections, which he paid for.
Toward the end of the relationship, the birth control failed because of an antibiotic she took. She then found herself pregnant with Puskas' child.
He wanted her to get an abortion, she said. She miscarried in March 2011.
She broke off the relationship in April 2011 and began dating other men, but Puskas began harassing her shortly after.
She said he sent her text messages and messages via Facebook. He also emailed her copies of the photographs and videos he had taken while they were together, she said.
The woman said he followed her and showed up at her job. The harassment escalated until August 2011 when they met and he threatened to kill her and himself if she dated anyone else.
She reported the situation to the Ripley Police Department but Puskas allegedly told her it wouldn't go anywhere.
She said she told another Ripley officer who had been aware of their relationship about Puskas' harassment in hopes that Puskas would stop. Puskas told her that her complaint to the other officer "would not go anywhere."
She decided to flee to Virginia to escape Puskas, the application said.
But she alleges that the harassment continued. Puskas drove to Virginia first on Sept. 7, 2011 and sat outside her workplace for three hours before she confronted him. He asked her to lunch to talk about their relationship, but she refused and he eventually left.
He appeared again, this time in her driveway, on Sept. 14, 2011. She called Ripley Police Chief R.L. Fridley and told him Puskas had been to her house.
State Police searched Puskas' home and the Ripley Police Department last spring. They took computers, discs, phones and other electronic devices as evidence.
Troopers also obtained search warrants for email and social media accounts linked to Puskas. The investigator found that all of the email accounts were empty.
Trial is set to begin on the matter at 9:30 a.m. July 30.
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