A 51-year-old man from Brownstown Township arrested for persecuting his estranged wife after she ended their relationship.
The incident occurred around 17:45. March 27 at a Woodhaven restaurant on Allen Road where she works
According to a police report, the alienated husband literally went into a patrol car and to the police station. Www.mjfriendship.de/de/index.php?op…=view&id=167 Before she was arrested, the woman said she had ended her relationship on March 24 and since For three days, she uses her cell phone and her job to talk on the phone.  When the police went to the woman's work on March 27, they learned about the numerous phone calls made at the office from his telephone number.
He called her cell phone while the police were there and an officer told her to answer So he could talk to him.
According to the report, the police officer arrested himself and her husband, who was away from home, made several threats and said that there will be "problems" when officials come to him or try to intervene in any way. 1
The officer told him not to set foot on the property and the police ordered his wife to call the police immediately when he appears on the premises.
She was already gaining a personal protection order and filing for divorce
The police left the shop, but later the day the day got an emergency call from the restaurant owner after an employee had seen the man on the way to the store.
Several police cars responded.
The report said that the man in the parking lot had been in their seat harassing people, but he tried to leave after the police had been called.
The police made a traffic stop, and after he dropped him off, the man became belligerent with officers and screamed all the time. He accused officers of having slept with his wife and they were "on the side" of their jobs.
When taken into custody, he told officers, "OK, I'll get the hint now, just let me go and I'll leave her alone."
Once at the station, he became uncooperative again and refused to fingerprint.
The owner intends to bring charges of trespassing.
The report said that after she left her husband, she received more than 800 text messages and phone calls that threatened her. When she calls, she tells the police she'll "get what's coming to her."
According to the report, he has also contacted and threatened several members of her family
She is prosecuting charges of harassment and harassment.