Police: Man, 31, Threatened Woman on Phone in Domestic Violence Case

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A woman on Allen O’Neill Drive told police that a Stamford man, 31, in a phone conversation with her threatened to shoot her, and a second person overheard the threat, police said.

Police described the incident and investigation with this account (including accusations not proven in court):

At about 10:16 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 6, the woman contacted police to tell them about the phone call she had received from the man, who has a Stamford address but who is either a boyfriend or related to her.

Police indicated the matter is a domestic violence situation, which can occurs only between people close to each other or living with each other. Police don’t say what the specific type of relationship is between the victim and accused person).

When police contacted the Stamford man, he declined to co-operate with the investigation. He went to Police Headquarters, where he denied speaking to the victim by phone or saying anything threatening.

Police arrested him on charges of first-degree harassment and second-degree threatening. He was released at 2:42 a.m. the next day on a $25,000 surety bond and was scheduled to appear that day, Monday, in state Superior Court in Stamford.

 

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Eight non-injury motor vehicle collisions were investigated during the week.