Bradley Buller charged with stalking
Bradley James Buller, 29, who is already a convicted sex offender deemed to be at high risk of reoffending, is accused of stalking a Minot woman between March and May.
According to a probable cause affidavit filed with the court, Buller made numerous harassing phone calls to the woman, her husband and her parents and used different phone numbers to remain anonymous. He told the woman he had hired a private investigator who had followed her and taken photos of her. The woman was afraid to answer the phone because the phone numbers appeared to be from her husband’s phone, her parents’ number, and the non-emergency number of the Minot Police Department. Some of the calls were sexual in nature.
Further investigation identified Buller as the probable culprit. Buller has two prior convictions for stalking and several previous convictions for harassment and disorderly conduct between 2008 and 2018, according to the affidavit. He allegedly admitted to making the calls to the woman in Minot when he was interviewed by Bismarck police regarding multiple similar investigations in Bismarck. Police found evidence on Buller’s phone that he had made the phone calls to the woman in Minot.
Buller is charged with Class C felony stalking in district court in Minot.