A man jailed for allegedly calling women and asking about their underwear said on Tuesday that he was not responsible for the harassing phone calls.
Seth Hamlin, currently held at the Fairfield County Jail, is accused of calling employees at Indiana businesses and asking women about their underwear, 10TV’s Justin Moss reported.
According to law enforcement, Hamlin would threaten to rape a child if the woman would not talk about her underwear.
Indiana authorities said that they traced the calls to Hamlin in Ohio, Moss reported.
Hamlin said that he did not make the calls or the threats toward children. He said that he is in the process of planning for an upcoming wedding and caring for his two children.
“I deny that altogether,” Hamlin said. “I’d never do anything like that. I’m a bigger man than that. I have kids. I know what kids are about. I have kids, so I would never do that.”
Hamlin was arrested when he was 16 for allegedly making calls to Fairfield County 911 dispatchers and asking the female dispatchers what kind of underwear they were wearing and what time they would get off work.
Hamlin will be transported to Indiana, where he will face charges.
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