A woman was arrested earlier this month on aggravated stalking charges after her ex-lover told Gwinnett County Police she violated his protective order against her.
According to the police report, the former girlfriend, 25, had visited the 47-year-old man while he was working one afternoon at Burger King in Peachtree Corners. An employee who had been working drive-thru told him that his ex was there, so he went up to her and told her she was violating the protective order he filed just days before. He filed for the order because of a domestic violence incident that occurred in his Autry Street home.
The two argued a bit. She said that she could grab a bite to eat anywhere, and that she was still upset about the other incident. He called police while she was there, so she left, but not before blowing him a kiss, he said.
The co-worker told police that the ex-fling accused her of breaking them up, and she threatened to beat her up.
The man suspected that, based on the phone number she was using to call him, she had either been staying at a Norcross-area Motel 6 or Inn Town Suites, which also had a Burger King close to it. He let police listen to a voicemail she left him the previous night, repeatedly asking him to give her another chance.
Police obtained a warrant for aggravated stalking about headed out to the Motel 6 on Oakbrook Parkway. They spoke to a woman matching the suspect's description, so police asked for her name and date of birth.
She didn't give the same name as the suspect, so police asked for ID and her social security number. She told police she didn't have an ID card and she also didn't know her social security number.
So one of the officers whipped out a picture obtained from the Gwinnett County Jail of the suspect. The woman admitted her real name and birthday, which matched the suspect information. She was placed under arrest and taken to the county jail.
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