Thursday, 24 Jan 2019

Woman in Arizona arrested by the police after sending 65.000 texts to man


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Due to herinterest on a man she knew, a woman in Arizona, US lurked and terrorized the man with 65,000 text messages.

As a result, this woman named Jacqueline Ades was arrested by police from Paradise Valley, Arizona, USA last week. Ades was a suspect for allegedly surveillance and harassment of the man she met in cyberspace.

According to court files, as quoted from USA Today, on Tuesday, May 15th 2018, this 31-year-old woman often visited the house and the office of the man. Not only that, she also flooded the man with a threat message.

This spying act has been done from the end of summer last year, shortly after she met the guy through the dating site. After that meeting, Ades claimed to have fallen in love with the man."I felt like I've met my soul mate and I think we'll do what everybody else does, get married, and everything will be all right" she said.

Because of her love interest with the man, Ades has even sent a total of 65,000 text messages. In a day she even sent at most 500 text messages. "I love him" she said when asked why she did it.

Until one night, Ades went to the man's house. Feeling disturbed, the man drove Ades back to her house. After that, Ades felt hurt and started sending threat messages, including death threats. Paradise Valley police arrested Ades on April 8th at her residence. In the ambush, police found a large meat knife in the back seat of her car.


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