A Florida animal-rights activist is due in court Friday on charges of stalking a Wayne State University researcher and trespassing on campus.
Camille Marino of Wildwood, Fla., was arrested and charged in May after chaining herself to the front door of the university's undergraduate library to protest being banned from the campus.
Marino is set to appear in 36th District Court for a preliminary examination on charges of trespassing, stalking and unlawful positing of a message with aggravating circumstances.
The May arrest came on the same day Marino was expected to appear in court over a personal protection order filed by Wayne State researcher Donal O'Leary.
Marino was ordered in March to remove any threatening statements from her social media sites about O'Leary, a professor at the university who does research that involves animals.
Marino was arrested in Florida in February and later extradited to Michigan after she violated the protection order O'Leary sought in late October...
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