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Police Announce Arrest in Stalking Case



    Police Announce Arrest in Stalking Case
    Kornwell Chan

    Radnor Police Superintendent Bill Coraulo announced the arrest of man who has allegedly harassed and stalked area women in their 20s.

    Kornwell Chan, 39, is charged with three counts of criminal trespass and ten counts each of stalking, harassment and tresspass from a fall 2013 incident.

    Chan is listed on the Megan's Law website and lives in the 1900 Block of Audubon Drive in Dresher.

    On April 22, Villanova Public Safety called the Radnor Police about a trespasser in the library. Chan was found in the library stalking a young woman and he did not have proper identification permitting him to be there.

    "This individual has a chronic problem of targeting unsuspecting and helpfless females by stalking them or breaking into their homes or taking improper pictures of them when they least expect it." 

    The recent alleged stalking incident at the Villanova library is not the first time he's been accused.

    In 2012, Chan admitted to stalking a Springfield, Montgomery County woman and stealing her underwear at a break in at her home and to using a video camera to look up skirts at the King of Prussia Mall.

    In December 2012, Chan pleaded guilty to multiple charges in connection with incidents between October 2011 and May 2012.

    "I think Mr. Chan should not be walking around the streets of Radnor or the Delaware Valley. I would consider him a predator. Somebody doesn't get on Megan's Law website by accident. With behvavior like this, people can't help themselves. They don't stop," said Coraulo.