Ex-eBay exec pleads guilty to terrorizing couple with spiders and funeral wreaths
A former eBay executive pleaded guilty on Thursday to participating in a scheme to terrorize the creators of an online newsletter that included the delivery of live spiders and other disturbing items to their home.
Another former executive who pleaded guilty last month, James Baugh, held meetings to coordinate the harassment campaign and directed Harville to go with him to Boston to spy on the couple, prosecutors say.
Harville pleaded guilty during a hearing held via video conference before a Boston federal court judge. An email seeking comment was sent to his lawyers on Thursday.