A 45-year-old central Florida man is accused of cyberstalking several people by using fake social media accounts to harass people who he claims were mean to him.
Daytona Beach police arrested Christopher Daguanno on Wednesday. He's also charged with using another person's ID without consent.
The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports Daguanno's first victim declined to go on a date with him.
She told police a customer began making long reservations at the high-value condos she rents, then canceling them at the last minute. She also received suspicious messages from several email accounts.
Police tracked down Daguanno after one of the accounts matched information of the victim's friend. He told police someone was using his name and phone number to create fake accounts.
It's not clear whether Daguanno has hired a lawyer.