A Schaumburg man who failed to show up for his trial last year pleaded guilty to the charges of stalking on Tuesday, court records show.
Raymond Nathan, 45, was sentenced to two years in prison in exchange for his guilty plea to the class four felony and ordered to pay $664 in fines, records show. He received credit for 395 days in custody.
Hanover Park police arrested Nathan in September 2011 on charges of stalking his ex-girlfriend. He was later released on electronic monitoring and his trial was set for June 2013, authorities said.
Around that time, Nathan's electronic monitoring device was found in a Chicago park, according to Hanover Park police, who issued a crime bulletin seeking his whereabouts.
Records show Cook County Judge Joel Greenblatt granted an order of protection that will remain in effect until July 2022.