A Bridgeport man allegedly surprised his ex-girlfriend Thursday night while she was walking her dog, saying there was a "threat sentence" over her head, that he was watching her every move and has a camera on her. Ksaun Young, 38, was arrested and charged with criminal violation of a protective order and threatening. Bond was set at $10,000.
The 35-year-old Norwalk woman had walked to the Shell gas station at 216 East Ave. and turned around to return. She found Young in her face, ranting and raving and wanting to know why she called the police. She said she hadn't. He called her names, telling customers in the gas station that he didn't want her. She stood in the light until he left in his red Mercedes, and was on the cell phone with her sister the entire time, before calling Norwalk police at 11:30 p.m.
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Drinking to celebrate a birthday Thursday did not work out for a Norwalk man, who allegedly told a police officer, "Yo, you can't see me," while he was hiding on the back porch after an argument with his girlfriend.
Jabbar Hamid McClendon, 30, of 100 San Vincenzo Place, was arrested and charged with criminal violation of a protective order and threatening. Bond was set at $500.
The argument between McClendon and his 31-year-old girlfriend started over a "personal matter," she said, and was so loud that police received several calls from other residents of 100 Ferris Ave. at about 3 a.m. Friday. Police say both were intoxicated, and McClendon could barely stand as he said, "It's my birthday, you can't arrest me." He had allegedly pushed the woman around and threatened her with a frying pan in the kitchen, but she had no visible injuries.
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