Sunday, November 24, 2013
A man called police to report that his ex-girlfriend violated a no trespass notice.
He said he was returning to his neighborhood when he saw the ex-girlfriend pulling out of the neighborhood. She turned her car around and followed him when she saw him pull in. They both stopped briefly to speak and she asked him to calm down in regard to having her placed on trespass notice. Eventually he pulled away from her to go home. He pulled into his driveway and shut the garage door. She pulled in behind him and tried to manually open the garage door but it would not budge.
He told her she needed to leave or he would be calling the police. She then got back in her car and left, but did so by peeling out across his lawn.
The man was able to show the police officers who responded a surveillance video of the incident.
He told the officers he did not want to press charges, but wanted the incident documents because the woman is “unbalanced” and has previously sent him text messages threatening to have him arrested. On this date, after she left, she sent him several text messages that consisted mostly of name calling, according to the report.
He sent her an automated response indicating her text messages were blocked and therefore not received. The officers made note of the incident and closed the report.
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