NORWALK, Conn. — Norwalk Police arrested a Fairfield woman after a former roommate reported that she had sent threatening and harassing text messages, according to the Hour.
The woman's former roommate reported on Sept. 29 that she had received hundreds of messages from 20-year-old Emilee Brezina, the Hour reported. She told Norwalk Police that she and Brezina had been roommates until Brezina had taken her car without permission, according to the Hour.
When an officer contacted Brezina, she hung up on him after he identified himself as a police officer, the Hour reported. A warrant was issued for her arrest, and she turned herself in on Tuesday, according to the Hour. She was charged with third-degree stalking and second-degree harassment, and given a $10,000 bond, according to the Hour.
The Hour reported that Brezina has numerous other arrests on her record, including an assault on a peace officer in Stratford in 2015 and an assault on a peace officer in Fairfield in May.
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