Suspect wishes ex endless abuse, continues to harass her

Harassing communications, Ibry Drive and Hogan Road.

A woman made contact with an officer to report that she is being harassed by her ex-husband. The woman stated that she has had the man’s number blocked through the phone company but he calls her from different numbers, so he can continue to harass her. The woman stated that she has copies of the messages where the man told her that he wishes she would “find a man that would beat her from morning to night” and other ill wishes. The woman was advised of the warrant process.

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