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Arizona woman accused of stalking man, sending over 65k text messages

Arizona woman accused of stalking man, sending over 65k text messages

Police say they first became involved in July of 2017 when the man contacted them saying Ades was parked outside his property and had been continually texting him even when he'd told her he didn't want to speak to her anymore, according to a news release.

In total, she is suspected of sending as many as 500 texts a day to the man and as many as 65,000 texts total, The Arizona Republic reported.

On April 8, the victim called a detective a third time, saying he was out of the country, but saw Ades in his home while checking his home surveillance video.

While being questioned by police, the suspect explained that she sent the man text messages all day but he never responded, court documents said. Officers say they found a butcher knife in her auto when she was most recently arrested on charges of threatening, stalking and harassment.

Ades allegedly started to send threatening messages to the man, including one when she said she wanted to bathe in his blood, according to the station.

Officers went to the man's house where they discovered the woman taking a bath.

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"You do whatever you have to do to get here...but don't ever try to leave me".

The man reported Ades to police twice past year after she parked outside his residence and kept texting him, FOX10 Phoenix reported.

On May 4, police were called to a business in Scottsdale after passersby reported Ades "acting irrationally and claiming to be the owner's wife", police said. Cops arrived and told her to leave.

Ades was taken into custody after that instance and charged with felony trespass to a residence, according to police. "I don't wanna be a murderer", said one text.

While being questioned by police, Ades reportedly admitted that her actions were "crazy". An Arizona woman is accused of doing just that. She's now in jail with no bond.

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