Monday, April 14, 2014
According to an incident report, a pizza restaurant employee called police to say that her ex-boyfriend’s wife was harassing her.
She told the officer that when her shift was over, she went out to her car to leave. She then noticed her ex-boyfriend’s wife pull up behind her car and block her in, the report said. Initially it appeared the wife was just dropping her husband off at work.
But then the wife allegedly started yelling at the ex-girlfriend about a Facebook post.
The ex-girlfriend told the officer she did not respond nor did she post anything to her or about her on Facebook.
The officer then made contact with the wife who said she indeed yelled at the ex-girlfriend because the ex-girlfriend allegedly posted something on Facebook about harming their unborn child.
The wife was told not to have anymore contact with the ex-girlfriend.
The officer then questioned the ex-girlfriend about making the alleged threat, and according to the incident report, she told the officer that her Facebook account must have been hacked.
She too was told not to have any contact with the wife.
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