Friday, July 14, 2017
Officers arrested a Massachusetts woman Wednesday for violating a protective order to stop harassing a local man, police said today. It was her third such arrest since January.
Susan Berry, 49 of Marblehead, Mass., was arrested on a warrant at Norwalk Superior Court where she was appearing on other charges.
The arrest involves a June 14 complaint from a male victim on Ketchum Street who had reported unwanted phone calls, said Lt. David Farrell.
In January, she was arrested on harassment charges and in February on a stalking charge involving the same person.
In the latest incident, “the officer spoke to the victim of this incident, who has an active protective order against Susan Berry,” Farrell said.
“The order states that Berry shall have no contact whatsoever with the victim.”
Farrell added that at the time the victim advised the officer that less than an hour before, Berry had called him twice from an unknown number. Farrell said that the officer was able to prove that Berry made the calls.
Berry was held in lieu of a $10,000 bond and was turned over to the court at the time of her arrest.
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