The Gilmore family in a quiet suburb in North Salt Lake City became prisoners in their own homes. It began in August 2018, a tow truck driver arrived to tow Walt Gilmore’s car out of the driveway. From 2018 until August 2019, over 500 unwanted service providers, came to the Gilmore’s house, summoned by an extreme cyber stalker in Hawaii.
Attorney Greg Ferbrache successfully sought a Permanent Stalking Injunction to protect the Gilmore Family. “The practical benefit of the Order is that you can seek state criminal charges for a violation, or it can provide a basis for federal charges.” After seven months of tormenting the Gilmore family, their neighbors and costing service workers an estimated $20,000 in lost fees an arrest was made.