KEARNEY, Neb. — A Kearney man already accused of threatening police is now charged with stalking the city’s police chief and the chief’s wife.

58-year-old Marcus Ditchman is charged with two counts of misdemeanor stalking, driving without a license and two counts of driving a vehicle with illegal lights.

Court documents say the incident happened on Wednesday in Kearney. The arrest affidavit, which contains details behind the charges, is sealed but other documents name Kearney Police Chief Bryan Waugh and his wife as victims.

Court documents say Ditchman appeared in Buffalo County Court on Friday and pleaded not guilty to all five charges. He posted bond at 10 percent of $25,000. He is scheduled for a pretrial conference on November 21.

This is not Ditchman’s first run-in with Kearney Police. Officers arrested him on May 21 on allegations of making terroristic threats. Ditchman live-streamed the interaction on his “cop watcher” Facebook page and can be heard telling an officer that he “will let these dogs go and they will munch the f— out of you.” He is scheduled for an arraignment in Buffalo County District Court in that case on October 2.