Chancellor Frank Brown on Thursday told Myles Stout to "have no contact whatsoever in any form or fashion" with a 19-year-old girl who claims he has been "terrorizing" her.
At the request of the attorney for Stout, Chancellor Brown put off a hearing on an application for an order of protection until after Stout is sentenced on Nov. 5 for the slaying of 18-year-old Myles Compton.
A new date of Nov. 9 at 1 p.m. was selected.
The courtroom was crowded for the expected hearing, but attorney Hank Hill also said he had just gotten an amended petition on Wednesday afternoon.
Attorney Clancy Covert said, "My client needs some finality. This guy won't leave her alone."
Chancellor Brown said if Stout continues to contact her that a petition for contempt can be filed "and I will deal with that."