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Stalking charges have been filed against a Chicago area man living in the northwest suburbs, after he allegedly placed 18 pizza orders in his estranged wife’s name at four different places, the Chicago Tribune reports. This is why we can’t have nice things.
Bryant Smith already had been charged with repeatedly violating a restraining order, for allegedly slashing the tires on his wife’s car while she was at work, and making harassing phone calls. Those charges were dropped as prosecutors filed a felony aggravated stalking charge against the 47-year-old.
Police were alerted after the woman reported receiving calls and emails from pizzerias seeking to confirm she had placed the pizza orders. Police eventually tracked the orders, which had been placed online, to Smith’s computer. Get that man a job at the Genius Bar.
The woman called police after receiving calls and emails from pizzerias asking to confirm the orders that were made online. The orders were later tracked to Smith’s computer.
He was ordered held on $200,000 bail last Thursday.
Smith spent 120 days in jail last year for violating an order of protection when he made harassing phone calls to his wife.
During his bond hearing, Smith uttered the word “bitch” and spit on the floor while Cook County Assistant State’s Attorney Maria McCarthy was reading charges against him, prompting the judge, Jill Cerone-Marisie, to admonish him.
Smith has five prior felony convictions, including burglary and possession of a stolen motor vehicle