Saturday, November 23, 2013
A woman entered a local charity thinking she had an appointment and when she was informed her appointment was not until December, she became irate. She was angry and cussing at the staff, according to a police report, and she demanded that she be seen.
The charity decided not to pursue the incident. Several days later, an employee of the charity called the woman to inform her that they had a cancellation and that she could be seen that day.
She apparently felt she had been disrespected, according to the police report and once again began cussing at the employee.
She was then informed, several hours later, that she could no longer receive assistance from the charity and she would be place don’t trespass notice.The officer went to deliver the trespass paperwork, and the suspect’s mother answered the door. She told the officer her daughter was unavailable and refused to allow the officer to speak with her.
She was then informed that no one in the family was allowed to return to the charity. The mother said she had no intention of doing so.
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