Peter Robbins, Voice Of Charlie Brown, Arrested In SoCal For Alleged Stalking, Death Threats
Charles M. Schulz
Good grief, Peter Robbins:
Authorities accuse Robbins, one of the original child voices of Charlie Brown back in the 1960s, of stalking and making death threats.
The 56-year-old was arrested after being stopped at the U.S.-Mexico border crossing in San Ysidro over the weekend:
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials say Robbins was alone in a 2006 Mercedes C230 when he attempted to cross into San Diego from Mexico Sunday about 8 p.m.
He was referred to Secondary Inspection where authorities discovered Robbins was wanted by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department for a felony warrant, according to a CBP statement sent to the Weekly:
He was transferred to the custody of deputies and held in lieu of $550,000 bail.
According to sheriff's inmate records he was still in custody. Records indicate he faces four allegations of making death threats and one allegation of stalking.
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