Sunday, September 8, 2013
A 20-year-old girl called police because three suspects from the north area of Charleston kept calling her and calling at her.
They would either say they were coming to beat her up or call and place the phone by a speaker with loud music.
She called police. The officer who arrived viewed her call log which indicated they had called at least 20 times in just a very short period.
The officer then used the victim’s phone and called one of the numbers. A female answered and when the officer told her who he was, she abruptly hung up.
At that point they turned the phone off.
The officer told the victim to have the numbers blocked through her cell phone carrier.
He then tried to call the numbers back once he was back at the station.
The suspects would answer but then set the phone down next to a speaker paying loud music.
A trespass order will be issued if police can identify the callers.
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