Police looking for man accused of stalking his ex

August 22, 2011 8:55:19 AM PDT
Houston police are looking for a Harris County man accused of threatening a woman he used to date and damaging her property.

Tarold Lee Taylor, 33, is facing a felony stalking charge. According to court documents, Taylor lived with the woman he's accused of stalking until November of 2009. She tells police the relationship ended because Taylor emotionally and physically abused her.

The victim says Taylor began to threaten her towards the end of 2009. According to court documents, the victim told police he came to her job after threatening over the phone to kill her. Taylor was arrested and charged with criminal trespass, but it was later dismissed because of insufficient evidence.

The victim says in March of 2011, she ended all communication with Taylor after she says he came to her job. She says he approached her in a threatening manner as she walked to her car and snatched a set of keys that were around her neck. Katy police were called, but Taylor left before they arrived.

The victim says Taylor came to her home in May of 2011 after sending threatening text messages to her. According to court documents, Taylor even took the victim's Chihuahua, which was in the front yard.

In June of 2011, she says he came to her home threatening to set it on fire and the next month, she says he sent threatening notes to her cell phone, threatening to kill her and her family. And this month, she says he has smashed a window of her home and burglarized her car.

If you know Taylor's whereabouts, call Houston police.

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