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‘Charlie Brown’ Arrested on Stalking Charges

The voice actor gets nabbed at the San Ysidro Port of Entry


The man who provided the voice for cartoon character Charlie Brown has been arrested for stalking.

Agents for the U.S. Customs & Border Patrol arrested Peter Robbins, most famous as the voice of Charlie Brown in eight TV specials, on Sunday at the San Ysidro Port of Entry, the Associated Press is reporting. During entry, a routine background check showed that Robbins had an outstanding warrant from the San Diego sheriff’s department.

Robbins will be arraigned on charges of making threats of great bodily injury and stalking once he’s transported to San Diego. A spokeswoman for the San Diego sheriff’s department gave no further details to the Associated Press.

According to the Internet Movie Database, Robbins acted from 1963 to 1972. In addition to his work as the Peanuts character, he appeared on My Three Sons, Get Smart and The Munsters, as well as other shows.

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