CITY AUTHORITIES Frances Stringfellow By Ricardo Torres-Cortez ( contact )Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018|7:45 p.m.
. It wasn’t long after a thrift store’s management dismissed a bothersome volunteer that the “very repulsive” and threatening telephone call started to turn up.
When the hazards heightened, business hired a guard and law enforcement actioned in, informing the 67-year-old to stop and keep away, inning accordance with a Metro Cops jail report.
However Frances Stringfellow-Bracy did not stop, and after weeks of terrifying her previous colleagues, she was positioned in handcuffs, cops stated.
On Wednesday, she was booked without bail at the Clark County Detention Center on four counts of worsened stalking, prison logs reveal. She’s arranged for a felony arraignment on Friday morning.
4 team member of the shop, situated in the 6400 block of Charleston Boulevard, near Torrey Pines Drive, most just recently on Tuesday called cops regarding Stringfellow-Bracy’s dangers, inning accordance with the report.
The female was a volunteer at the shop up until a few months back when she was suspended and later terminated due to “spoken abuse” of the staff, police stated.
Ever since, she’s left text and voice messages on phones belonging to at least four other volunteers, police stated. “(The suspect) has actually continued to make extremely vulgar and disparaging remarks to all these victims,” the jailing officer wrote on the report.
The hazards heightened and the victims expressed issue for their security and that of their families, authorities said. Business subsequently employed a security company.
At one point, she ‘d said she ‘d “go back to damage them all,” authorities said.
City had been summoned several times and officers had discussions with the lady where they encouraged her to stop contacting her ex-colleagues, cops said. They then informed her she was not invite at the residential or commercial property. Later on, she was officially trespassed.
Today, they made contact with her at a City substation where she was participating in First Tuesday, one of the firm’s community outreach occasions, authorities said. She was consequently arrested the following day.