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Two charged in Zebulon with intimidating witness, stalking

Posted December 10, 2015

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— Two people were arrested in Zebulon on Wednesday on charges they intimidated and stalked a witness in a criminal case, authorities said.

Michael Stanley Mazur, 52, was charged with one count of felony intimidating a witness, and Annemarie Mazur, 49, was charged with one count of felony stalking.

Michael and Annemarie Mazur were previously convicted in 2012 of ethnic intimidation and intimidating a witness. The case remains under investigation after the couple appealed the charges, according to Zebulon Police Chief Tim Hayworth.

Both defendants were being held at the Wake County Detention Center under a $30,000 secured bond.

Authorities said the investigation is ongoing. No additional information has been released.


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  • Nisa Sloan Dec 16, 2015
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    The N&O said name of victim is Wilbert O'Neal.

  • Julie Justiceain Dec 13, 2015
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    (Continued - Comment was cut-off when previously posted)

    Was this another failed attempt to allege the "race card" with Mr. Kalra having indirect heritage from India, and Mrs. Blanca Castro of South American descent? Evidently so......... their accusations were unfounded because all of their allegations made to the police were dismissed. Insecure with themselves?

    We can only imagine what is must feel like to live in that Raleigh neighborhood where Kalra and Castro now inhabit. Living on dead-end street as one article mentioned, the nearby residents must be constantly on pins and needles, looking over their shoulders, and wondering if they are next -- to be falsely accused by this apparent ethnically insecure couple!

  • Julie Justiceain Dec 13, 2015
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    This account rings a very familiar tone to another family. Just remember, innocent until proven guilty.

    When Lak Dinesh Kishen Kalra (He sometimes goes by the first name "Nash") and Alejandra Blanca Castro moved from Palm Beach in our beloved Florida Sunshine State a couple of years ago, we somehow knew they might bring or create trouble when they moved to North Carolina in late 2012; first to a city named Cary, and then about a year later to Raleigh.

    Dinesh Kishen Kalra lived in Palm Beach, Florida, and worked for Weiss Research; his wife, Alejandra Blanca Castro, for PNC Bank. With both being home-bodies, they had too much time on their hands creating havoc for people around them no matter where they lived. We can only wonder what their employers must think!

    Both Dinesh Kalra and Blanca Castro Kalra were likely responsible for planting a comparable news article in Raleigh, with similar fairy tale charges.

    Was this another failed attempt to allege the "race card" with

  • Janni Cone Dec 11, 2015
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    I believe I remember these 2 jokers from the original incidents. sigh... leopards and spots and all that...

  • BigWillie Johnson Dec 11, 2015
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    In what world does an individual look in the mirror and think, that would be a good look to go out in public with? But in case of the news article, not much to ascertain. A whole lot of nothing here WRAL, except for comedic relief with the mustache picture. Was the arresting officer Dudley Do-right?

  • Merideth Page Dec 11, 2015
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    that mustache can't be for real... indict him!

  • Chris Mullins Dec 10, 2015
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    Was the witness tied up on a train track?

  • King Mopar Dec 10, 2015
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    What I was thinking, that "duster" would have given me nightmares, especially if it just popped out of me from a dark corner of the room, or a dark alley and then her, smiling in a mugshot. Guess the world is truly filled, with weird people.

  • Bob Leah Dec 10, 2015
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    but that stache!

  • David Bartholomew Dec 10, 2015
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    I think the 'stache warrants an additional charge.