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Grand jury won't indict accused Cyrus stalker

Grand jury won't indict accused Cyrus stalker

A Georgia grand jury has refused to indict a 53-year-old on charges of attempting to stalk teen star Miley Cyrus as she filmed a movie.
The grand jury decided Wednesday that prosecutors failed to present sufficient evidence to indict Mark McLeod of Appling, Georgia, on charges of attempted stalking, obstruction of a police officer and disturbing the peace.
McLeod has been jailed since Aug. 4 after police arrested him twice on Tybee Island, where 16-year-old Cyrus was filming "The Last Song."
Police say McLeod told them he was engaged to marry the "Hannah Montana" star and resisted being escorted from the set.
A spokeswoman for Chatham County District Attorney Larry Chisolm said he had no immediate comment, but was working on a statement. McLeod remained in jail Wednesday.