JoJo Beware! 'Bachelorette' Contestant On Fletcher's Season Arrested For Prowling

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May 11 2016, Published 10:07 a.m. ET

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One of JoJo Fletcher's suitors has criminal record that could rock their romance! In court documents exclusively obtained by, Bachelorette contestant Alexander Woytkiw was charged with loitering and prowling.

Woytkiw was arrested on March 21, 2011 in Florida when police responded to a suspicious person complaint at 2:04 a.m.


Security officer John Schrader at sorority Chi Omega saw "two males crouched in the bushes on the north east corner of the house."

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When the officer asked the men what they were doing, they explained how they were "messing with a friend."

Although the two men agreed to leave the premises when advised by the security officer, Schrader found a hammer and called the Florida State University Police Department.

"Woytkiw admitted going to Chi Omega with the intent of taking the sorority letters off of the house," the documents read. "Woytkiw stated he saw the security officer come around the corner and hid in the bushes up until the point that he confronted them."

Woytkiw was placed under arrest for loitering and prowling.

He successfully completed the requirements of the Misdemeanor Diversion Program on May 26, 2011.

But the arrest may not scare Fletcher away, as she's certainly into bad boys!

Her ex-boyfriend, Chad Rookstool, was arrested for stealing $100 from his employer. He was sentenced to 24 hours of community service and ordered to pay court costs of $261.

Woytkiw declined to comment when reached by Radar.

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