Iowa man accused of harassing ex-wife’s divorce lawyer

INJURIES. STACEY: NEW TONIGHT A RUNNELLS MAN IS ACCUSED OF TERRORIZING HIS EX-WIFE’S DIVORCE ATTORNEY. LUKASCS HROEDER FACES ONE COUNT OF FIRST-DEGREE STALKING AND TWO COUNTS OF FIRST-DEGREE HARASSME.NT COURT RECORDS SHOW HE HARASSED THE LAWYERS VIA EMAIL FOR 4 MONT.HS HE ALLEGEDLY SENT THE ATTORNEY DEATH THREATS. SCHROEDER IS BEING HELD IN THE DALLAS C

Iowa man accused of stalking, harassing ex-wife’s divorce lawyer

A Runnells man is accused of terrorizing his ex-wife’s divorce lawyer.Lukas Schroeder faces one count of first-degree stalking and two counts of first-degree harassment. Court records show he harassed the lawyers via email for four months. Schroeder allegedly sent the attorney death threats. Court records show one of the emails stated, “Don’t make me put a hit out on ya with my friends, you’ll be very sorry.”Schroeder is being held in the Dallas County Jail.Other headlines:

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Elon Musk suggested getting into the lithium business, and these surging stocks show why

Lithium is becoming a lucrative business as electric vehicles become more prevalent, and miners are enjoying the rewards.

Albemarle Corp.
ALB,
+2.50%
blew away earnings and revenue projections in a first-quarter earnings report Wednesday afternoon and executives added $1 billion to their annual sales forecast, sending shares up 15% in after-hours trading. That performance followed a report Tuesday afternoon from Livent Corp.
LTHM,
-0.36%
that did pretty much the same thing.

Both companies mine for lithium, an important component in many batteries, especially those made for electric vehicles. As more auto makers have moved to produce electric vehicles, demand and prices for lithium have soared higher, as Tesla Inc.
TSLA,
-0.87%
Chief Executive Elon Musk pointed out last month.

“I’d certainly encourage entrepreneurs out there who are looking for opportunities to get into the lithium business. Lithium margins right now are practically software margins,” Musk said in the EV company’s

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