Library of Congress Worker Indicted in Sex Ad Case

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A Library of Congress film preservationist accused of posting fake sex ads on Craigslist has been indicted.

A federal grand jury in Charlottesville charged 61-year-old Kenneth Edward Kuban of Reva with stalking, identification fraud, and two violation-of-a-protection order counts.

U.S. Attorney Timothy J. Heaphy says in a news release that the grand jury issued the indictment Wednesday.

According to court records, Kuban is accused of talking a Fauquier County woman he dated briefly in 2011. He works at the Library of Congress Packard camper in Culpeper.

Court records say Kuban made several Craigslist postings each week directing men to his ex-girlfriend’s home with the promise of sex or to buy pornographic videos. The woman was referred to only as “L.M.”

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