The major crime in Kathryn Erbe's life has been resolved.
A Philadelphia man who benignly described himself as a "superfan" of the former Law &Order: Criminal Intent star was convicted Friday of stalking the actress via the Internet.
Things could have been worse for him, though.
Accused of going all the way from Philly to New York to harass Erbe, Charles Nagel was acquitted of interstate stalking, a federal crime, for his attempts to see her on the set of her show.
Erbe testified this week that she instantly got "a bad feeling" about Nagel when he approached and tried to hug her during a L&O shoot in 2008, at one point asking her to pose for a picture with him and his daughter.
She also described's Nagels messages to her and how he contacted her teenage daughter via MySpace and Facebook.
"This is my daughter, who is completely innocent and relatively defenseless, and I'm not going to let this happen," Erbe told the court.
The defense had argued that Nagel's daughters were the ones who harassed Erbe's kid online, as a prank.