Report: Man recently released from jail stalking ex-girlfriend

jmcfadden@heraldonline.comAugust 6, 2013 

— Police have issued warrants for a man who they say is stalking his girlfriend after his recent release from jail.

On Monday, police were sent to a pediatrician’s office after a woman reported that her estranged boyfriend and father of her child showed up at her job as she pulled into the parking lot that morning, according to a Rock Hill police report.

She told police he was upset because he had been recently arrested for violating a protection order after threatening the woman and her family, the report states. He was released from jail last week and has called her at work at least 40 times.

The woman told police she told the man, 18, to leave, but he said, “I don’t care about jail if I’m not with you.”

The woman said the protection order expired and she was afraid of her ex-boyfriend, the report states. Later Monday afternoon, a co-worker saw the man standing in the wood line near the office building.

Police issued a warrant for the man, charging him with stalking. The woman said her ex is now homeless.

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