SHELBYVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - 24-Hour News 8 has uncovered new information about charges against 18-year-old Joseph Guy, one of the four missing Shelbyville family members. The others are Joseph's parents, Robert and Debra Guy, both 52, and Zachary Guy, 2, their adopted son. The family went missing May 3.
Joseph Guy faces six charges for stalking a male co-worker, a security guard, in late 2010.
Court documents show Joseph claimed to be an FBI agent to speak to the guard. The documents also note that Joseph followed the guard's family around their gym. It's even reported that Joseph followed the guard with a rifle, binoculars and zip ties in his car.
But Joseph made allegations of his own against this guard in February 2011.
Joseph reported to Shelbyville police that the guard was stalking him. According to court records, Joseph claimed the guard tried to beat him. He also said the guard left letters on his car.
However, police later determined the guard did not write the letters, though police did not disclose who did write the letters.
"I want to just kill you and then dismember your body," one of the letters reads. "I may just bury you in my driveway, so I can be reminded of the thrill I felt when I killed you."
Another reads, "[I] want to kill you so bad, because you will never accept me in your life. Your payday is coming soon. I know where you live and I will get you."
When the security company Joseph and the guard worked for investigated this claim, they fired Joseph.
Joseph's charge against the guard was dropped when Joseph didn't attend a court hearing; Joseph was sitting in the Marion County Jail at the time.
But Joseph bonded out of jail and was on home detention with an ankle monitor. That ankle monitor, police reports said, was found during a search of the family's home after they went missing.
Joseph is due in court May 24 to face those stalking charges.
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