Clarkson woman (20) charged with stalking former partner

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A CLARKSON woman is due to face Joondalup Magistrates Court next week, accused of stalking her former partner, his parents and his friends.

Police accuse the 20-year-old woman of making hundreds of prank calls to the victim’s parents, who live in Mariginiup.

Acting Senior Sergeant Stuart Fairlie said she allegedly called the victim’s father more than 300 times earlier this year, hanging up on each occasion.

She allegedly called the mother more than 200 times.

She is accused of breaching a violence restraining order by sending the victim nearly 30 emails containing threatening comments.

The woman allegedly harassed the man’s friends through email and social media.

Investigators charged her with multiple stalking, aggravated stalking and using a carrier service to menace offences.

She is due to face court on September 20.

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