'Internet Casanova' released from prison

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The so-called "Internet Casanova" has done his time.

Ray Holycross was released from prison on November 2 and placed on parole out of the South Bend office.

Holycross had been in and out of jail since his arrest in February of 2013 on theft charges.

It’s alleged that Holycross used online dating sites to meet and then take advantage of women in several states.

In May of 2013 he was convicted after being accused of taking a Mishawaka woman's camera and pawning it.

In December of last year, he was accused and convicted of stealing a gun from a woman in Howard County.

Holycross was sentenced to 18 months behind bars in both cases.
He trimmed 30 days off his sentence by completing a cognitive behavioral program.