Tuesday, July 29, 2014
A woman came to police headquarters to ask police to serve a no trespass notice on a man who used to be her roommate. She explained that they worked together and they lived together. But when he wanted to take the friendship to a different level, she said no and asked him to move out, the report said. He moved out and took a leave of absence from work, but according to the report, when he came back, he learned they had been assigned to different areas of their place of employment and should not have contact with each other.
In addition, the woman moved to a different apartment within the complex in hopes the suspect would not know where she went.
But the man rented an apartment in the complex and it happens to be near her designated parking spot, so now he knows where she lives. One day, he saw her come home and she ran in her unit and locked the door, but he allegedly chased her and banged on the door, demanding to be let in.
In addition, she was at the pool one day when he texted her and asked what she was doing, the report said. She didnít answer, but closed her eyes for a quick nap, and when she woke up, he was allegedly sitting in the lounge chair beside her, staring at her.
The officer wrote the notice, which was only good for her apartment and not the common areas of the complex.
She was told to call police should he show up at her house again.